These Spring Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Spring. These are the best examples of Spring Acrostic poems written by international PoetrySoup poets
. T ulips coated in dewy waxen gloss
U ndulating their warm fragrant breath
L eaving - that cold hearted Mr. Frost
I n a
P uddle of tears
S creaming - Spring is here!
Written: April 11, 2011
For: Carol Brown's contest - Spring Flowers
Awarded: First Place
Batters up…..the tingles start and now we know its spring
All the winter woes are gone and baseball fever sings
Seats are chosen --lucky fans will sit where they can see
Easy chairs for some are best--- the price of them is free
Bull pens hold the players and the feelings there run high
As the batter taps the plate he glances at the sky
Like somewhere there is a baseball god who’ll help him out
Luckily he smacks a low ball—it’s a home run and a shout
T wo lips triumphant, beauties love to si P
U biquitous dancers frolic, forgetting ennu I
L iplocked in lovers' warm, sunny strol L
I mbibing spring as winter bids adie U
P assion personified in petals that blush brigh T
*for Carol's flowers of Spring contest :)
ACROSTIC FOR SPRING FLOWERS
( DAFFODILS )
Don’t give another thought to old winter’s cold.
April has arrived and the sun is in his heavenly arena,
Filling all the buds with the growing strength of
Flowers that are just begging to be the centre of
Ornamental displays in parks somewhere, and are also
Delighted to become a pick-me-up for those tired
Ice-weary people too winter-exhausted to say, “ I
Like your bonnet” or “How sweet it is” just to fill
Someone’s day with pleasant springtime wishes .
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The word ‘daffodils’ is formed from the
first letter of each line, and ALSO by the last letter of each line.
Around the corner, the sun will show its new face after A
Well earned time of having endured through the cold of Winter.
Anticipation is felt as nature burgeons and animals wake Anew
Keenly sensing the coming of spring with all its love felt in its Kaleidoscopic
Emergence of colors everywhere and its fragrances brought by the Elements.
Nature at its youth, feeling the excitement throughout, that we all Naturally
Instinctively experience rebirth within the fiber of our hearts; yet still Intimidated,
Not having yet forgotten the frozen breath of the dying icy season. But Now
Gratitude moves into the soul from the lessons learned, and we thank God.
Sweetly, we turn our eyes to the heavens above for the blessing of its Smile
Pleasantly blowing to us in fragrant love with the breezes and the waters, Preparing
Rebirth of nature, and the birds sing us their songs of love while rigorously
Investing their all in the building of their nest for their offspring, so impatient,
Nagging at times to their loved ones, then making it all a fun game to play. Nature
Gathering their families and I remember my parents for whom I thank God.
Copyright © 02.20.10
Lay the jonquils.
Long winter days
Bearing the promise of
Season of butterfly's and spring showers
Pretty clear skies and planting flowers
Rainbows, ladybugs, and roses
Insects, lightening bugs, and sweet smells for cute noses.
Neighborhoods in full swing with outdoor fun.
Gardens emerge with spring nourished by the rays of the sun.
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