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Animal Acrostic Poems | Acrostic Poems About Animal

These Animal Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Animal. These are the best examples of Animal Acrostic poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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HORSE acrostic


                                            HORSE


Hell-bent stallion muscles led the mustangs through the plain,

On their heels rode hard a hired man –his job to rope the best--

Rearing high the stallion—urging speed as autumn winds dance thru his mane.

Sheets of lighting limned silhouettes as they pounded toward the west--

Enchanted now the man reined in—this day let beauty rule his breast.  


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Zebras

Zebras

Zebras full of Zest and Zeal
Exquisite Stripes Dancing Happily
Black and White, Black and White
Running wildly as it turns into prey
Africa's Amazing Animal!


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All Animals Have Souls

All animals
Live and 
Love.

Animals
Natural 
Instincts
May
Allow them to,
Let their young
Stay safe while, learning to survive.

Having 
A patient and loving parent is
Very
Encouraging as they learn that lesson.

Safety in numbers is paramount.
Often, 
Utilizing a
Love that’s tough, parents
See their little ones grow to adulthood.


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RATS

Rodents that stealthily invade a home,
Agile and able to crawl through tight spaces.
Troublesome pests that chew holes and leave droppings,
Scurrilous scavengers with beady-eyed faces.

8/23/13
For Andrea Dietrich's Four Letter Word Acrostic contest.


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Moon: An Acrostic Poem

M idnight. I journey

O utside, lured by

O wlsong-

N octurnal serenade.


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House Cats

How varied in color they are
One after another, a palette
Under house cat code
Some will stay true to their species others get spoiled
Everyone has their own individuality.

Cats never slow down
Are hyperactive comets, ricocheting
Throughout a house
Settling down is forgotten completely.


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POET DESTROYER SLY LIKE A FOX

POET    DESTROYER   SLY   LIKE   A   FOX



Perhaps the animal inside is an excuse
Or maybe a legitimate ruse  -
Either way  it  is understandable
The reason for having an inner animal :
Deep inside the conscious  and thinking woman you are,
Exist  primal  force and urges  by far
Sinful to the eyes of many outsiders  -  aye
To bishop  ayatollah or rabbi.
(Rabbi    of course  differs  from rabbit
Or should I say delicious dinner  which is my habit)
You explain your  urges by hiding inside the animal,
Even though animals themselves  don’t use this fable.
Refer for example     to the virgin
Sturgeon,  who   needs no urgin’
Love, lust,  dove , dust  -
You’ll find that they  all  move, must  -
Lurking in their breast is  no inner human pal
Icily saying,  “You have no right to be natural;
Keep your feelings and urges well controlled
Exactly like humans are usually told:
And  if you’re lucky  the inner human will
Fail  and the animal you are,   will prevail.”  . . . .. . 
Or maybe the human will win and say
X - rated  urges are simply not acceptable today.


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Written for ¥ Destroyer ¥ Poet   -  Contest Name : P.D's INNER ANIMAL 


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BIRDS acrostic

BIRDS

    B    reathless each day the winged ones burst and unite into the twilight frieze--
     I     s there a more delicate touch to the sight than the songbirds as they take to the sky?
     R    eveling while entwined with the tailwinds-- delighting the indigo breeze,
     D    ashing on the last rays of sun to nip the laziest mosquito on the fly --
     S    ong of the satisfied sung—they fade into the welcoming night bosom of the trees. 

Victoria Anderson-Throop ©
12-21-12


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Dancing Raindrops

D   Daisies play, and Violet bathes in a sudden evening rain                       
A   Anointed too, is Rose's bud, with every little drop       
N   Narcissus squeals with laughter, too, and sings a sweet refrain      
C   Crickets dance with plaid berets, and do a Celtic hop! 
I    In the mud we’ll find two pigs, they slop about a lot!
N   Nanny Goose, and Granny Goat, play banjos in the band
G   Gardenia's cheeks are white and sleek, she scrubs from end to end
 
R   Rabbits hear the jubilee, and from their holes they pop
A   A squirrel or two, come down the tree, where all the fuss began
I    In spite of fear, the little mouse, looks out to see what’s up
N   Nearby, the cat, just waves his hat, allows the mice some fun!
N   Now dogs join in, start chasing cats, they splash, and play like kids
R   Rainbows fill the evening sky, where now the sun peeks in 
O   Overhead, the colors smile, in greens, and blues and reds
P   Pretty is the world tonight, refreshed,  and smelling good
S   Softly now the pitter-pat upon on the evening’s hood



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Submitted for PD's Acrostic Contest:7/3/14


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Rudi Rudi

Rudi Rudi
My beloved wild
A poem for you
No one like you
Your soft claws and tiny teeth
Your hiss soft as a whisper

Rudi Rudi
My beloved child
The lessons you teach
Never will I forget
In the embrace cocoon 
I return you to the nest of love

My wild Rudi
A poem for you
My beloved child


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