Aleksandra Posted May 28, 2009 Share Posted May 28, 2009 Write a poem using all the letters of the alphabet, as follows: use a word that begins with the letter a as the first word of the first line. Use a word that ends with the letter b as the last word of the first line. Use a word that begins with the letter c as the first word of the second line. Use a word that ends with the letter d as the last word of the second line. Continue with this alternating pattern until you have created a 13-line poem using all the letters of the alphabet, a-z. I am not sure if this form has a name, but about that Tinker or somebody else can help me I know we were doing this before, just I don't remember well. So I found my poem in this order, and I want to share here too. And they talk about the ones who rob crying faces and all killed every step remind me of the old wolf graves feed the sigh in the glory of Taj kiss the spirit and try to feel moon shines with your sin over the sun and earth leap quarter sin from his firs fear set all his sins under my foot under his rev while I was embroider your face on flax you killed me with one stupid buzz! Quote The poet is a liar who always speaks the truth - Jean Cocteau History of Macedonia Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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