Wind Acrostic Poems
These Wind Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Wind. These are the best examples of Acrostic Wind poems written by international poets.
The Great Escape
analogy, dream, fantasy, imagination,
Grand dreams that weep from vaults amidst the rain
Rouge billowed cheeks bleed soft from twilight's hem
Each star bounds heaven's breast, one glistened gem
All birthed from...
I Embarked Upon a Great Escape
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SORRY, J. D.
G lorious was the morning...
God's Gracious Butterfly
butterfly, flying, god,
Go, go my dear butterfly
On to the garden of flowers you go
Don’t ever funk to flutter in wind
'll be watching your funny leaps.
So gracious from...
Sound Of The Running River
D-elightful sound of the river
E-liminates the torment;
N-ever ignore the peaceful place,
Z-one of mind's content.
D-istracting sound of the running plane
E-nhances the noise pollution;
In Love Forever
S-tay in love forever,
T-ill there's no more wind;
E-agerly make your union
V-ery firm until the
R-emain in love forever,
Y-our marriage is sacred;
Soar High With Your Faith
S-oar high with your faith,
H-ope, trust, and love too;
E-ven though the wind is vile,
Y-ou must make it through.
A-s you soar high with...
Sky Above Is Clear
A-bove the sky is clear,
P-ink lane is in sight;
R-ugged wind has faded
I-nto the warmth of
C-lear sky up above
O-bliterates the shadow;
R-ays of the...
Fitting like imperfect symmetry
laser cut with broken edges
afterglow like a shattered hourglass
wind blown tresses
let it go, sitting on a level
Sit On The Sand
B-eautiful day has broken,
R-ising sun warms with light;
E-vening shadows disappear,
N-ew morn leaves the night.
D-awn third of February meets the lovely Friday;
R-ed beacon March fourteenth
I-s rising above the horizon;
C-old chill of the wind evades the break of dawn.
E-arly morn has broken,
D-ark shadows fade away;...
W-hite cloud thirteenth February
H-as left the night alone;
E-vening shadows disappear,
N-ew dawn comes to the
R-ugged wind disappears,
O-ne ocean is nice to see;
S-ilent ocean on Wednesday
H-as been bathed by sunshine;
I-t's a beautiful morn,
E-ver good weather's sign.
N-ew dawn has broken, twilight comes to an end;
Show The Wind How To Fly
S-how the wind how to fly,
A-im to make it through;
L-et your wings spread and soar,
L-et the air carry
L-et the warm wind witness
Walking alone in the meadows
adventure, allusion, angel, beauty,
"Walking alone in the meadow...."
Sees a shadow figure..Stops to look..
Figure disappears.. Starts walking again..
Wind blows lightly...musky smell blows near..
Eyes start to wonder...Searching for...
Human Rights Always Free
birth, freedom, humanity, life,
some with views of compassion,
Some drunk with the thirst for power.
Those sees this world in their own reaction,
Will draw it themselves to make it bloom,
O-ctober flames of pumpkin eyes, stoked.
C-reepy coldness at our backs. Tales
T-old with ale — the headless horseman.
O-ff he rides in the...
10th grade, allegory, allusion,
Abstract algorithm. Brooding distraction,
cleverly cloaked in digital fleece.
Enigma encoded. Like so many fireflies,
Hastening gauntly heavenward.
Ides jaundiced light.
Kinetic kites, luminescent in the night.
Sharing Peace On Earth
S-haring peace on earth
H-as brought warmth to dawn;
E-arly eighteenth March
I-s waiting for the beacon.
L-et the sun shine Saturday, as the twilight passes by;
Shared By The Bright Sky
B-eacon begins to rise,
E-arly above the horizon;
N-ever allow the dusk to stay,
J-ust let the Saturday dawn.
I-t's a wonderful birthday, darkness is nowhere...
Over upon an oasis where the cool wind blew
Bejeweled and as precious as the morning dew
Just as the pale light of the rising sun renew