Acrostic

In an acrostic poem, the first letter of each line creates a word, or the first word of each line creates a phrase. It is considered a traditional form of poetry.

Each link below contains a separate example of acrostic poetry:

This is Your Life… by Carrie Page

Why So Serious? by Carrie Page

Tangled Web by Carrie Page

Acrostic Amulet by Carrie Page

Footsteps by Carrie Page

Eternity by Brian Page

Forever by Brian Page

 

Do you have an example of an acrostic poem you’d like to share? Leave a link to it in the comments!

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