It is not to difficult for kids to write an acrostic poem. Here is one example I wrote for my mother for Mother’s Day. Here in the United Kingdom is Mother’s Day on March 14, so I wrote a little poem I want to share. It is an acrostic poem for anyone you really like. Happy Mother’s Day,
How do I start to write an acrostic poem? Acrostic poems are unique poems that do not necessarily have to rhyme. It has the topic written vertically, and, at each letter, something to do with the topic written horizontally. I used the word LOVE in my Mother’s Day poem. You can use any word or phrase you like. Pick a strong title like “Love” or “Mother” and find some other examples for acrostic poems on the Internet to get a feeling for it. Write the word of your title vertically on the page. You will want to have one letter for each line. Your lines will begin with the corresponding letter of that particular line.
If you are using “LOVE” as your title, as I did, you will write a sentence that starts with the “L“. The next sentence will start with an O but has to relate to the first sentence. Continue doing this until the end of the title.
Loneliness is out of the question
luck and good fortune are here to stay.
Only listen to your heart, it will
tell you which one’s the right way.
Vague and misty cover the path, but
you’ll always find your way out.
Excitement and energy spread through
your body, LOVE is a wonder, without a doubt
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Once upon a long ago time
There was a girl called Jane Christenine
Worked for her aunt in a town called Grenoble
And her aunt wasn’t kind, respectful, or noble
She made poor Jane wash the floors
Clean the dishes, dust rooms, and paint doors
And if Jane insisted on having a break
She was put to scrub the aunt’s rusty skates
One day Jane had enough of the fuss
So she ran to the gates and took the bus
To 425 Bottlefoot avenue
There lived her two parents so sad and blue
Then at home Janey dear discussed
That she’d always enjoyed a ride on the bus
And of course she said that the aunt was mean
Her parents thought: A LIMOUSINE!
Her parents thought she would for sure
Like being a limousine chauffeur
Even though she was too young
They played games for driver jobs – and won!
As for the aunt, she was put in a jail
Called: “You’ll rust in here from head to tail”
In two years time she had learned her lesson
“I’ll never hurt a child” was her confession
So please dear friends, believe this tale
(‘Cause if you don’t you’ll surely FAIL)
Don’t take a job as help in the house
of an aunt that’s like an old grouse
Poor old winter has gone to the ground
He froze all ears till no one heard a sound
He tortured us with his chilly breeze
He laughed at us for every sneeze
But now in his replacement comes
With singing birds, flowers, and sun
A nice and jolly little fellow
Who’d been waiting in a borrow
Till old winter would wither and die
Just like the flowers that he’d bring by
And now everyone shouts hooray
‘Cause Spring has just arrived today!