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Acrostic Summer Poems | Acrostic Poems About Summer

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Summer Moon

S taring at the mountains, I raise my eyes
U p to where the stars are glittering
M esmerizingly in summer’s skies.
M idnight’s beauty to my soul is singing.
E ternity is staring back at me,
R esiding in this radiance I see.

M yriads of nights like this have come and gone.
O ther nights will follow; the moon will bring
O palescent grace to heaven’s song.
N ever-ending rhapsodies shall nature sing.

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2014

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Summer awakens one warm afternoon uncurling a wave, and sailing with charms. Makes up her bed with the sand in her hair, merrily shaking a red gingham spread, extracting a hotdog, and tossing the bread, raising her eyes, as a seagull is fed
___________________________ For Brian Strand's Contest: #217 Seasonal Acrostic

Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2014

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Summer Rain


Soothing and calming is this summer downpour,
Under the tin roof of my gazebo I listen to the score;
Murmuring and whispering in my sadly drooping garden,
Musical, the lovely dulcet melody of utter abandon;
Ebbing and fading and then rebounding loudly,
Reprising again a thunderous and soulful song proudly.

          Rhapsodic and exuberant the pulsing sortie,
               Absolute and utter is my repose so completely;
                     Impressive and dramatic the swaying foliage,
                           Nourished and totally free is my spiritual sage.

June 21, 2014

Acrostic (Rhyming)

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2014

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Summer moon

 Soft is the sunrise of a marmalade dawn
 Unblemished as it sparkles to the waves as they yawn
 Mesmerizing rhythm of waters ebb and flow
 Making sweet music in the early morning glow
 Eventide will descend with the setting sun
 Releasing shades of twilight so heavenly spun

 Mellow is luna as she comes into view
 Overlooking the sea with her golden hue
 On the beach lovers  take a  stroll
 Neath starry skies as   rhythmic waves roll

Copyright © Joseph May | Year Posted 2014

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Summer Sunset

Summer sunsets o'er majestic Pikes Peak are a wonder to behold.
Unequaled hues gild the western sky in flaming red and gold!
Mere artists will never portray on canvas such a glorious sight.
Magnificent ivory clouds enhance the scene much to my delight!
Embellishing this exquisite panorama with colors all aglow,
Reminds me of the bright hues in paintings by van Gogh!

Soon the sun will sink beyond the towering tors of Pikes Peak.
Ushered in is a mellow moon to make the ebon night less bleak!
Nary a sunset gracing the elegant form of Mount Kilimanjaro,
Shall compare to the painting in the sky that I'll view tomorrow!
Even though famed artists have created masterpieces in the past,
The brush strokes of The Master Artist will never be surpassed!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
(c) 2014 All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Robert L. Hinshaw | Year Posted 2014

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Sun is losing height, no longer will burn
Umbrellas furled, hats now worn.
Moon will be rising to greet the night,
Making our way home we look a sight
Eyes red, caused by the salt, hair wet from the sea
Remembering though a perfect day, just you and me.

Penned 01/10/2014

Copyright © Seren Roberts | Year Posted 2014

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Summer Rain

Standing on the sidewalk,
Underneath the trees,
My ears can hear it talk,
Murmuring with the breeze,
Every drop hits the street,
Running in it's own way,

Raining down it's own beat,
A song it just wants to play,
I can feel their dancing feet,
Near mine on a summer day.

Written - June, 27th, 2014

Copyright © Kelly Deschler | Year Posted 2014

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Seeking the perfect picnic spot
Utopian sunshine so mellow
Mountainous waves for surfing
Marching to nature's rhythm
Ever have basil flavoured ice cream? (better than it sounds)
Reeling in the Catch of the Day

Spending time on my bicycle
Under the star lit canopy dreaming
Marrying seed to soil, fresh grown
Meeting my family at the cottage
Enjoying the antics of energized grandchildren
Relishing floating on mirror like moisture

Copyright © Rick Zablocki | Year Posted 2013

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Summer Sunset

Softly whisper to me
Under the evening sky.
Make my heart skip a beat.
Make my trembling breath sigh.
Endearing words of love,
Repeat them o'er and o'er.
Surrender your heart to me
Until it's yours no more.
Night is swiftly falling.
Sunset's glow is nigh.
Every beat of my heart is yours
'Til the day I die.

Copyright © Francine Roberts | Year Posted 2014

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Summer Rain

Softly the pitter patter starts,
Until it starts to pour.
Making grass and gardens grow
More and more and more.
Everything is now refreshed.
Rain washes over all.
Rays of sun peek through the shower
As we watch the raindrops fall.
Inside we wait for it to quit
Not really minding it a bit.


Copyright © Francine Roberts | Year Posted 2014

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Suppose for a moment you live in a land,
Amazed at what happens during summer solstice.
Very strange things begin to occur,
Instantly, there is little darkness,
Night that we are so used to
Gone; what is left is the brilliant colors.

Daylight from dusk to dawn to dusk again,
Alight in all its energy and brightness.
Yes, we are north of the sixtieth parallel;
Land of the midnight sun.
I have been here before and seen things,
Gazed upon the horizon, waiting for darkness to reappear,
Holding on to summer in all its life, love and beauty;
To see it ebb once more as daylight fades to night.

© 2015 CM Davidson Pickett

Copyright © C.M. Davidson-Pickett | Year Posted 2015

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Summer's End

Saying goodbye to summer's
Unrelenting heat brings joy.
Munchkins return to the classroom and
Moms now have a moment's peace.
Eagerly I await autumn's flora and
Relish the delightful coolness of the weather as
Summer relinquishes her throne.

Enjoy the dregs of summer,
Now that the days grow shorter, but
Don't be sad - she'll return next year.

For Francine Roberts "Summer's End" contest

Copyright © Kim Merryman | Year Posted 2013

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Summer creeps in with		
Unwavering heat beating down
Merciless upon face and core	
Minds racing thinking of 	
Every way to stay cool
River rafting, wading in cool water with
Some cold lemonade or iced tea
Ocean breezes, salty water	
Lapping at your heels while the
Sultry hot summer days cause
Trees to stand so silent
In the hazy summer air as the
Countryside is bathed in a brilliant sun
Engaging all in summer fun

Copyright © Carmen Penchi aka Sunshine | Year Posted 2015

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He is mixing blue and purple on a portrait--me
while gulping coffee
of which water fetched from an old well

A figure taking shape on canvas 
Wild strokes my hair
two sparkling dots my eyes

It feels so quiet here on a so quiet farm
Amid the mirror-shine mountain ridge
Not hearing a note from a bird, nor from a rooster

Mr. Brown's head tilting, eyes narrowing 
Skinny paint brush against his mustache
long ashes falling off the dying cigarette 

Copyright © Gray Star | Year Posted 2016

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Summer Vegetable Soup

S oup
W ith
E very garden vegetable
E ntertained by man
T aste and see that it is good!

Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2012

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Summer Sunset

Summer sunset's blinding beauty
Utterly a fascination.
Maybe I'll be driving toward it,
Many days on long vacation'
Endless rays and scarlet streaks
Rolling  across the evening skies

Send a thrill of pure delightful,
Utmost beauty to my eyes.
Never has an artist painted
Such a spectacle as this.
Every fiber of my being
Tells me God has sent a kiss.

Copyright © Joyce Johnson | Year Posted 2014

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Spring, Summer, Autumn Winter

Spring Summer Autumn Winter              Acrostic Poetry.

Seeking political office is getting hard,
Party politics needs more vigor in this regard:
Republicans must try more to deliver their views
In order to organize the people, without any excuse;
Nowadays, Democrats are getting stronger, after
Gaining control of the White House and the Senate altogether.

Some people think, and it's a true fact, that
Unless Republicans try to review their policy tact,
Many of their seats will be lost in congress,
Mainly some seats in the Senate, also some of the seats they control
Especially in the House: they will have to review and
Revise their conservative norms, regarding Immigration Reforms.

America needs a strong leader
Under the present day economic conditions
To lower the country's debt of over 14 trillions dollars:
Until and unless we try to cut down spending and
Most of us try to reduce excessive wastes,
No amount of effort will save the country from disaster.

We the people think that
In this country it was
Never the right thing,
To increase excessive spending,
Even if we could afford to spend it.
Responsibility lies in all of us to reduce the nation's debt. 

Copyright © Mya Thein | Year Posted 2013

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Summer Sunset

Sequestered from mundane oration
Until this spell from Earth’s rotation
Meanders from my frozen gaze.
Melting clouds in pastel plush,
Evanescent waning rays,
Recant my vision’s wanderlust.

Slivered shards of ruby hues,
Unflinching wisps of reddish blues,
Nuanced haze in wafting threads,
Supplanting twilight’s blushing gray.
Eventually dusk’s blanket spreads;
The trance is broke – I look away.

-28 Jun 2014-

(Rhyme aabcbc)

Copyright © david mohn | Year Posted 2014

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Splendiferous in all her ways, Summer
Utilizes every color, every scent, in mesmerizing beauty,
Melting light into shadow, blending skillfully her arts,
Magnanimously giving us treasuries of memories.
Excellence her standard, her table bountifully spread,
Replete refreshments for the body, mind, and soul.

Faye Lanham Gibson
Copyright, September 29,  2014

Copyright © Faye Gibson | Year Posted 2014

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Dandelion Wishes

Dancing through a field of awakening childhood dreams
Anticipating summer days, life bursting at the seams
Nature calls a shy, young girl outdoors to explore
Dandelion heads of vibrant gold, beauty she cannot ignore
Eager to wish upon the wind, she picks a bunch to blow
Laughing as she chases fluff, seeds search for soil to grow
I remember that young girl and all she dared to wish
Often I slip back in time, soft memories I embellish
Never again have I felt that young, hopeful and free

Waiting for my tomorrows and life's possibilities
I could wrap myself awhile in ornate dandelion dreams
Savoring memories made in the summer sun's golden beams
Happiness danced along with me and petals in the wind
Each time I see dandelions, the joy returns like an old friend
Someday, perhaps I'll pick a bunch and chase childhood wishes again

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders | Year Posted 2012

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Summer Months

Summer will come................................eventually
Under rainy skies or blazing.................sun
Maybe early-maybe late. but it.... ........will
Move in and bring sun..........................shine
Each day will be warmer.......................until
Rains begin again in..............................September

May sometimes has cold........................rains
Often farmers do not wel.......................come
Nature's irresponsible ways..................and
They do not want the rain to ................stay
Hoping for just the right amount............all
Summer, which is more busy than..........winter.

April 22, 2014

Copyright © Joyce Johnson | Year Posted 2014

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School Dazed

Stress is an
Understatement when it comes to the
Mine field called school.
Millions and millions of children and teachers
Expressly waiting for the last
Ringing of the school bell

For the year.
Understanding the price of the diploma; but, wanting
Nothing more than that "hot break".

Copyright © Brandee Augustus | Year Posted 2014

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Slowly pulsing through glittered haze
Under cloudscape, her locks blow wild
Misty the blushed roses, ablaze
Moon of summer, warmth of hayrides
Enchanting peach fragrance of the night
Reveal your glory, dear chromed fay,

My eyes chase a Selene’s delight
Over hills wrapped in flamed crochet.
Oh, sleep denies a lullaby
No matter how you beam, goodbye!

Francine Roberts' Summer Acrostic Contest
by nette onclaud

Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2014

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I'm Me

I'm me,
I can't be no 
one else.

God's made me 
this way, and I am 
proud of myself.

If you can't understand,
why I feel like I do...

Then don't try fitting
your feet in my shoes.

I'm specially made
unique as they come,
with a little twist and 
some charm.

So next time your 
blinded by a sudden 
ray of sunshine...

Remember it's just 
me walking on by.

Written by: Poet Shi

Copyright © Poet Shi | Year Posted 2014

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S ilent fallen leaf is nothing more than          
E nding summer’s waving good bye
P urple, yellow, russet and brown leaves
T umbling down and swept in a heap
E xhausted trees are ready to sleep on
M ulticolored, rich and rare carpet lay
B lowing soft wind singing the carols
E ven the spring beauty has no such grace as
R esting one autumnal face I have seen.
August 31, 2014
Form: Acrostic
Fourth Place win

Copyright © Dr.Ram Mehta | Year Posted 2014

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Summer Rain

Sounds of tiny tap dancers atop my tin roof.
Umbrellas and goloshes cast aside.
More tempting to children than candy or ice cream;
Mud puddles to splash in have arrived.
Earthlings so grateful, a powerful thirst had begun.
Relief from a long, parching summer sun.

Run-offs to falling ponds, giving to rise;
Aquatic creatures there sing to the skies.
Ignighting our senses when a whiff is obtained;
Nothing like the smell of a fresh summer rain.

Copyright © Arlene Smith | Year Posted 2014

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Crazed by the Summer

Hydration has left my tongue 

Either I see a ghost or the summer plays a fools game with me

At a lake how refreshing is the earths most precious gift

Remember the humidity over an ice cream cone...hmmm! vanilla my favorite!

Copyright © shane solomon | Year Posted 2013

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‘S earing is believing’,  so to say
U mbrella-shaded or not, all is hay.
M uggy months with their max-it-out man hours,
M ay being the maddest in gods' asylum.
E ven  the other three  and those scrimpy
R ains  tend to simmer a la summer.

S howering and changing and showering
U nwinding at night under the awning.
Mangoe-like season's fruits, local palm's gifts 
M ade-at-home drinks and coconut juice. 
E ndothermic, bodies turn, to sink extra heat
R efreshed and trim,  it is COOL summer times.

Note:-  Second stanza (acrostic) added subsequently .
Form: Acrostic
2 Oct 14

Copyright © S.Jagathsimhan Nair | Year Posted 2014

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Summer Moon

Slowly rising towards
Unseen wisps of clouds
Murky shadows projected
Muffled light reflected
Endlessly cycles by
Roving Summer's sky
Mornings hide Selene's face
Ongoing celestial race
Only by Apollo outshone
Never travels alone

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014

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A u g u s t - The Acrostic Style


A-ugust is the 8th month of the year
U-ntil this day it has been continually hot
G-reat time for barbeques, the pool and the beach
U-nder the sun everyone has lots of fun
S-ailing, boating, fishing, eating great food and drinking cold tea
T-ake advantage of the last month of summer and enjoy it all you can.

Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000


Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2016