Ronald Chapman

December (Acrostic Poetry) - Poem by Ronald Chapman

(D) ays are becoming shorter,
(E) ach day is getting colder,
(C) oats are warn to stay toasty warm,
(E) ach day, snow is getting closer,
(M) any birds have flown South to warmer lands,
(B) lowing winds cut through me like a knife,
(E) ach day sunrise has a longer delay,
(R) abbits sleep deep in their rabbit holes.

Each line begins with a letter from the word DECEMBER.

Form: acrostic

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 25, 2014

Poem Edited: Friday, July 25, 2014

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