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Poem a Day 7

The challenge today lies in creating an acrostic poem which is meaningful.  As opposed to using a single word for each letter, attempt to string phrases together which still achieves an acrostic poem, but also includes meaning.  Here are some Stacey and I have written in the past.  To further the challenge, in honor of Slice of Life Tuesday, use a word that represents something from a “slice of your life.”

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  1. I have been writing one acrostic poem each month using the name of the month. That was my challenge to myself this year. Tomorrow, my students are writing acrostic poems using the word “EARTH” so here’s mine.

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  2. Remember September?
    by Mrs. Campbell

    When I gave you the notebook you
    Resisted and said, “But
    I Don’t have anything to say.”
    That notebook is full of
    Entries, words, and ideas today,
    Revealing moment by moment
    Sensational surprising YOU!

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