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
Today I post another Christmas poem or winter poem for Children called Christmas Ice. I wrote some funny Christmas poems for children and Xmas poems for kids. Merry Christmas and white Christmas is what I am looking for when i go back to Sweden for my Christmas holidays next week. We will have a “real” Christmas tree this time I hate plastic trees but what can you do – it is summer here. It is very difficult to get a real “Christmas feeling” if you are from Scandinavia, I can tell. 🙂
Label: Funny Christmas poems, Christmas poems for Kids, funny Xmas poems, Christmas poems for children, winter poems for January, February, March. Funny snow and ice poems, Children’s Christmas rhymes, Children Christmas poetry, funny Christmas poetry for kids
It’s freezing cold outside my home
And only snowflakes wildly roam
That icy ice
Looks really nice
Oh God! I’m stuck! Ma mouf filthd wif foam!
It now had grown dark at Gembery School
And poor, lonely Jason now felt like a fool
He’d spent all afternoon reading his book
But he never realized that they’d kidnapped the cook
Detectives and cops checked all around
They search in all corners but nothing was found
Not even poor Jason was seen where he was
Nor had our Jason cared ‘bout this fuzz
By now it was midnight, on Halloween Night!
Jason was whimpering, and dying of fright
Suddenly he heard a noise which came from down the hall
Then Jason saw a bloody sign painted on the wall,
“You shall die human child, for now you’re in our home,”
“And none of your behavior will we ghosts condone,”
“For every failure that you make, you crawl towards your doom,”
“But don’t worry young human, we’ve got plenty of room.”
Jason ran as fast as he could and broke through all locked doors
If he’d been competing in a race, he’d have gotten the highest scores
When finally he reached his home he did nothing but go to bed
That next morning his mother found her son completely dead
Jason sat straight up in bed and let out a terrific scream
But then he realized it all had been a very terrible dream