Regret| Acrostic


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Reminiscent are we who
Echo the thought of lost memories
Giving all that we are in hopes to
Receive semblance of affections and ardor
Endless sorrows, timeless joys, broken hearts and
Tentative exigency that yields our reckless abandon

Inspiration Call:

“Acrostic Poetry”, Write the title vertical on the page. It doesn’t necessarily have to be one word or a very short word, just one that you want to get a certain feeling across. Remember, even though acrostic is a different type of poetry, it’s still poetry! They can still have the same poetic devices every other poem has. Add the lines of your poem to the acrostic. Your lines will begin with the corresponding letter of that particular line. Each line has to relate with each other line, and the acrostic letters must also relate to each other.

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7 responses to “Regret| Acrostic

  1. Yeah I just learned, that it was supposed to invoke a feeling, not sure if it’s the best but I tried. Happy you liked and very pleased to know it carried with it a feeling, all I could really ask for.

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