Children yet, the tale to hear, Eager eye and willing ear, Lovingly shall nestle near. EMMA Eluding sight, a subtle charm is thine, Most difficult to properly define, Made by thy beauty so beyond compare, And musical voice and manner debonair. Fold a sheet of construction paper in half and glue one poem to each side of the inside of the folded paper.
Below are some common acrostic poem styles for reference. For each line, think about which quality of the subject you would like to describe.
Gather students and explain that they are going to write another acrostic poem, this time about something that is important to them. In JanuaryJonathan I. CHLOE Cherry lips and sparkling eyes, Hair in glossy locks that lies, Are attractive, we confess, Rarely made the world to bless, If combined with artlessness; These unite to make thee fair, Yielding beauty past compare.
Every poem that you create will be a unique compostion and can be a perfect gift for a birthday, new baby, baptism, or a special Christmas gift. The letters within each cross spell out a verse from the New Testament: Autumn frosts have slain July. Paul, we love you more than words can say.
Ask them to write the word down the left side of the paper and show it to you before they begin writing their poem. A double acrostic, for example, may have words at the beginning and end of its lines, as this example, on the name of Stroudby Paul Hansford - S et among hills in the midst of five valley S, T his peaceful little market town we inhabi T R efuses vociferously!
Ask students to tell about some things that are important to them. Go through each line again and revise the acrostic poem to your satisfaction.
Do lines in the poem need to rhyme? Point out to students that suggestions are optional, and that this is a time to try out different ideas, to get help with spelling, and to finish up their poems before they make a new, clean copy for publishing.
This morning while looking for some papers, I found the notebook where I wrote all my acrostic name poems. In rivers of my tears I come to thee! I is for Imaginative, there is always something new.
Acrostic name poems can also enchance your scrapbooking album. D espite its faults it leaves us all charme D. Set among hills in the midst of five valleyS, This peaceful little market town we inhabiT Refuses vociferously!
EMILY Easy in manner, elegant, refined, Modest her looks, accordant with her mind; In beauty clad, with sober sense entwined; Loving unselfishly her kin and kind, Yet to her own rare merits ever blind.
Summon me not excuses to express; You see her charms — why, how can I say less? A boat, beneath a sunny sky Lingering onward dreamily In an evening of July - Children three that nestle near, Eager eye and willing ear, Pleased a simple tale to hear - Long has paled that sunny sky: Students Write a Second Acrostic Poem Post a blank piece of chart paper to the right of your name poem.
Tried by all to make her vain, As they strive her love to gain; Now our wonder comes that she Can beneath that test remain Ever free from vanity.
O nce home of the cloth it gave its name t O, U phill and down again its streets lead yo U. Have students choose what they will write about before they get a sheet of paper to begin. Yeah, you should try making the bloody thing up.
This could be anything; your favorite person, cat, or inanimate objects like pens. The word "Thou" in line 8 is not visible in this photograph, but is in the published version and is included in a cross-stitch sampler of the poem from E is for Endearing, a charming style Natalie, your my special little girl.An acrostic is a poem (or other form of writing) in which the first letter (or syllable, or word) of each line (or paragraph, or other recurring feature in the text) spells out a word, message or the alphabet.
by @niftygnomes. Tweet Generate name poem Select a gender and style, then type in a name to generate a poem for it (aka an acrostic poem). Write a Name Acrostic Poem Write a name acrostic poem with four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, or ten lines.
The first letter of each line spells out your name (pick the printable with the same number of letters as your name). Make an acrostic name poem with your own name and photo in a jiffy.
Share the poem with friends on Facebook. Now that you have your acrostic poem, you might want to make the letters of the subject's name stand out more.
For example, you could write each letter in bold, or color it. Go through each line again and revise the acrostic poem to your satisfaction.
The first step is to decide what you would like to write an acrostic poem about. I recommend you start by writing an acrostic based on your name or on your favorite thing, whatever that happens to be.Download