Top 100 Poems About: ACROSTIC


In this page, poems on / about “acrostic” are listed.
  • 1.
    Marshmallow and Woodswallow

    MARSHMALLOW

    Mix,
    add more read more »

    Diane Hine
  • 2.
    Post Script

    Might I be Yours,

    Asked quite simply, read more »

    Susan Lacovara
  • 3.
    VALENTINES MAGIC

    VALENTINE'S MAGIC
    Melvin Banggollay read more »

    MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
  • 4.
    Poetry

    Pouring out emotions to reach you.
    Often rhyming for the reader,
    Expressions of the poet passing through
    To any hearts that are eager. read more »

    D.L. Aceves
  • 5.
    Insomnia

    I try and try, but I can't go to sleep.
    Night after night I just lie here awake,
    Stuck listening to some loud kitten's weep,
    Or the tired breathing sound that all cars make. read more »

    D.L. Aceves
  • 6.
    MARIVICIOUS LOVE

    MARIVICIOUS LOVE
    MelvinBanggollay

    M-arvelous temple of my desire read more »

    MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
  • 7.
    LUZVIMINDA

    LUZVIMINDA
    Melvin Banggollay

    L-uzviminda, a woman in my fantasy read more »

    MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
  • 8.
    Spring Is

    Spring is birds singing their heads off
    Spring is a beautiful season full of color
    Spring is the constant war between the sun and rain
    Spring is the light at the end of the long winter tunnel read more »

    Kristina Lybbert
  • 9.
    Sleepless Nights -new-

    The time is 3am
    I have not slept a blink
    All night I lay in bed
    Tossing and turning read more »

    Kristina Lybbert
  • 10.
    August (an Acrostic)

    As the draught blew in
    Underneath the ragged-edged door, and
    Gales raged outside,
    Upturning the garden furniture, read more »

    John Carter Brown
  • 11.
    Zeitgeist (An Acrostic)

    Zeitgeist is a word I'd never
    Even heard of until
    I was asked by a friend
    To write an acrostic on it. It is of read more »

    John Carter Brown
  • 12.
    December (an acrostic)

    December again, and
    Every child is looking forward to
    Christmas, and the presents yet to come;
    Easter is well in the past, and the read more »

    John Carter Brown
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