Bernard F. Asuncion
Words That Greet - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
R-enewed light in the morning
E-rases the dark evening cloud;
N-ight shadows have turned
I-nto a day of shine so proud.
E-ternal spring of hope makes a million promises,
R-ivers of grace never run dry, overflowing with happiness.
C-all upon the Almighty
O-n this warm sunny day;
N-inth December dawn
C-reates bright colors, not gray.
E-ven though trials abound,
P-ain, ache and sorrow too;
C-heerful birth brings delight,
I-f the skyline isn't blue.
O-ne acrostic truly makes your heart hear its beat;
N-ew sound of joy is taken from simple words that greet.
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