Kim Barney

Square Poems 06: Anaconda Acrostic

A snake of massive proportions
Never enter the woods alone
Able to cause you contortions
Can crush your head and ev'ry bone
Once you dare enter his domain
Never more will he let you leave
Dead you shall be and will remain
And now your friends can only grieve

Topic(s) of this poem: nature, snake

Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Form: Acrostic


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written 22 November 2016

I call these poems 'Square Poems' because they have the same number of syllables per line as lines in the poem. This one has eight lines and eight syllables per line.

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Comments about Square Poems 06: Anaconda Acrostic by Kim Barney

  • Cowboy Ron WilliamsCowboy Ron Williams (10/22/2020 1:28:00 PM)

    Fantastic poem!
    Your invention of Square Poems is genius!

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