Seasons Acrostic Poems
These Seasons Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Seasons. These are the best examples of Acrostic Seasons poems written by international poets.
Snowflakes Categories: seasons, snow, weather,
( Snowflakes )
Serenity at its finest, as it falls to the ground
each flake is so unique, quiet is the sound
Numb when it hits you, cold...
AUTUMN Categories: autumn, beautiful, color, seasons,
A utumn colors are beautiful,
U nique pretty colors outside,
T rees of red, orange, and yellow,
U tah is amazing in autumn,
M ost beautiful season to enjoy!
BRILLIANT AUTUMN HUES Categories: autumn, beautiful, color, imagery,
Submitted on September 28, 2019, for...
A Fall Walk Categories: beauty, happy, seasons,
I took a Fall walk today
Which made me feel energized in every way
The crisp air
That made me feel fair
The crunching of the leaves I walked...
With Bated Breath Categories: imagery, international, lost love,
When you left me in mild mid-summer twilight
I heard you say you’d return on a silvery night
Through the dust of full moon of spring when
ALOHA Categories: analogy, beautiful, character, farewell,
At any proffered instant, implies love.
Love stays consistent midst souls synergy.
Offerings concerning depth, flights a dove.
Heightens promptly per blazon glittery,
Albatross compensation inwardly.
Avarice charms enlighten, not...
Stand Tall Like Tree Categories: desire, dream, life, tree,
Slender sapling sprouts slow from sub-soil seed
Trembles gently in the wake of the bracing breeze
Anastomosing branches flutter like verdant wings
Nascent leaves look up to the...
Fall Categories: autumn, cinderella, seasons, summer,
Fleeing, she's off balance by losing her slipper
Abundant vegetation of changing color
Laboring, the Royal King’s Sun adventures south
Life covers the land, embosomed by...
March Categories: change, seasons,
Mercurial, mischievous minx
Amphibious air swirling in turquoise tang
Ribald thief of restrained relief
Capricious caress in cobalt clouds
Hale blown heather tickles the daffodils' flaxen dress.
The Four Seasons Categories: autumn, spring, summer, winter,
S. Starting of the new season, all new life begins to grow
P. Preparing for mother nature’s new growth, her embryo
R. Reaping and sowing of...
Betrayal Categories: betrayal,
Sit in the loins of my pride
Dance around the embers of my memory
See the children are singing
It’s a game they play, under the dead moon
Unforgiven Categories: conflict,
I remember the silhouette
From her stares and gestures
How they gracefully slithered
Through minds and seasons
The silk in her demeanor
How it sucked un-weaved roughage
And tilted edges of...
The Universe Of YOU Categories: emotions, i love you,
I have never seen a flower blush when I took it's hue
and held it there a prisoner captive to my view.
I have always heard the...
ON MY VERANDA---What I See and Hear Categories: nature, seasons,
Oak trees, dark or sunny sky,
Neighbors waving, passing by,
Music of the buzzing bees,
Young ones playing as they please,
Varied colors seasons bring,
Ecstasy of birds that sing,
Christmas Categories: angel, christmas, holiday, jesus,
Christmas comes in long nights of winter
Honoring a child born so long ago
Restoring hope for peace on earth
In angel’s songs and shepherds bowed low
January Categories: seasons,
Janus is the Roman god for which this month was named,
aptly for transitioning in which this time is famed.
Nearly everyone is trying things to bring...
December Categories: december, seasons, winter,
Days dwindle down to a new year
Expectations sing into all ears
Can you believe how fast time drifted away?
End of the year, ever so nigh!
January Categories: january, new year,
January is a time to wipe the slate clean,
And start anew facing the unforeseen!
New and exciting challenges lie ahead;
Undoubtedly, we'll face seasons of dread,
January Categories: analogy, dream, january,
Janus opens for me the door to the new beginning
After my time crossed the fringe of worn out year
Nascent dreams I’ll weave on the tapestry...
January Categories: animal, fate, january, nature,
Juggernaut winds howling south;
Arctic colds, chill, in their mouths.
No respite through winter days
Unless north creep sunshine’s rays.
And the groundhog comes too late
Relegating to its fate