Acrostic Sport Poems
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Seven centuries ago we'd send our men out the back door
Pushing shoving kicking is the sign they need a war
Or at least a good old brawl down at the local bar
Racing with that joy they feel when all beat with bruisers
Trailing bloody clothes and tales of the guy who was the looser
Copyright © Victoria Anderson-Throop | Year Posted 2013
Amidst the cold climate we enjoyed sled riding.
We also had so much fun building an igloo.
I felt alive in those days, hardly any woes.
Now you may say that this is no sport at all.
Take heed that even the Olympics have these.
Every winter so many do this thing that I bid,
Racing, swaying, these and more we did savor.
Sled riding is easier, though many enjoy to ski.
Pleasant fresh aromas of winter always spread.
Outward and inward like a bitter cold safari.
Riding upon a sled by setting or lying down,
Takes control of our lives in childlike blessing.
My first double acrostic,,,inspired by a contest,,,first letter of each sentence spells out title and the last letter in each sentence spells out the subject..
Copyright © cecil hickman | Year Posted 2011