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Identity Acrostic Poems

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


Leviticus
I must confess that, for years, the third book of the Bible called Leviticus was never one that I enjoyed or looked forward to reading....

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Categories: bible,



Premium Member IN GOD'S HONOR


Timothy, name of Greek origin, meaning 'God’s honor'
Intellectual, spiritual and profoundly connected with nature
Man of strength and simplicity who deeply feels compassion
On his lifelong journey...

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Categories: character, identity, inspirational, spiritual,

Premium Member Hope
                H      O  ...

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Categories: identity,

Premium Member Say My Name Acrostic
Some see in the mirror a stranger
A reflection of them unknown
Years have changed the them in their heads

My God, how that belly has grown!
Yes it...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, identity, introspection, perspective,

Premium Member THREE WORD ACROSTIC
I'm

Always
Myself

Mirroring
Essence










10-2-19
Contest: Three Word Acrostic
Sponsor: Bobby May...

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© Alexis Y.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: identity,



Name poem
     April reversed backward retort as Lirpa
     Plurally to be continued as April's ect.
   ...

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Categories: allusion, april, character, i

Righteous Identity
R-ighteous
I-dentity
C-hooses
H-armonious
A-nd
R-ight
D-ecision

B-ecause
A-ny
L-ie
I-s
N-ot
O-kay

Topic: Birthday of Richard C. Balino (February 01)
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...

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Categories: birthday,

MY IDENTITY
Imparted with divine nature* thru my Saviour
Dead to self am I toward righteous behavior.
Empowered by Holy Ghost’s ministering might
Nourished spirit of mine seeks to shine...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, faith, god,

Premium Member Entering Poetry Contests


Emerging poets 
Need
Their 
Evolving skills
Ratified
In the eyes of their peer’s
Noting what separates
Genius from mediocre talent

Poets
Optimistically 
Enter
Their best
Renditions of the
Year

Counting
On
Nuance and
Technique to
Express
Symbolic
Thoughts
Succinctly


(Acrostic)


Jan. 29, 2019
Word Play Poetry...

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Categories: 10th grade, anxiety, art,

Real Identity
J-ust
U-se
R-eal
I-dentity
Z-ealously

S-howing
A-uthentic
L-ife
A-s
Z-enith
A-voids
R-inger

Topic: Birthday of Juriz B. Salazar (January 15)
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...

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Categories: birthday,

Premium Member Innocent

Innocent


In the game of life, filled with sin

Not all will win, some will lose

No one can choose their hand

One learns to play the

Cards dealt by...

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Categories: 10th grade, destiny, fate,

Dispossessed

Down and out, destitute 
In dire need , no help or
Support only war or dispute,
Poverty for those we adore,

Overlooked, become invisible 
Spiritually and morally 
Subjected...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, conflict, discrimination, identity,

America
If you think I am mad
Then you are wrong
I am indifferent to how my ancestors were done
Raped, beat, slaved and hung
Yet you say we still...

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Categories: america, conflict,

Pleasing God
Pleasing God

Praying
Learning
Expose darkness
Ambition to live quiet life
Spiritual wisdom
Indeed Love toward others
Never cheat
Grateful

Godliness
Obedient
Depend not on other to meet your financial needs...

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Categories: character, christian, dedication, devotion,

Premium Member Native People
Noble heritage they cannot erase

Ancestor’s plight laid bare for all to see

Tribal identity etched in each face

Invincible spirit their pedigree

Various attempts meant to “civilize”

Expanding demands...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, courage, discrimination, murder,

sign of the times
Standing still is certainly not an option 
Ignorance of technology expect corruption,
Guarantee your safety, protect your identity 
Never divulge passwords, just think security,

Over decades so...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: identity, internet, technology, today,

Who am I
What do I look like to you?
How many times have you seen me?
Yet you haven't seen it yet?

Don't you see the monster I truly am?
Often...

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© john jacks  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, allusion, freedom, friendship,

Premium Member Lickety Split
Lackadaisical
Itinerary
Certainly
Keeps
Elderly
Tentatively
Young

Seniors
Particularly
Lack
Individual
Training


 April 11, 2018 ...

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Categories: age, endurance, identity, people,

S O S
"s.o.s."
by:  Eric L. Boddie

Sin only shuns
Satan owns society
Stress owns success
Success offers selfishness
Selfishness outshines sight
Sight outweighs spite
Something overwhelms solidarity
Serenity only succeeds
Streaks only sustain
Simplify our situations
Sheep...

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Categories: humanity, identity, inspiration, integrity,

Name Is The Sweetest Sound
N-ame is the sweetest sound 
O-nce you hear your own; 
M-aking you feel so fine, 
E-ven famous like the 
R-enown. 

M-entioned name is the sweetest...

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Categories: birthday,