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Interconnection Acrostic Poem

To me, poetry means interconnection of souls. Those who read and those who write share the mysteries, beauty, and the sorrows of life.

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Sis Beryl, such great writing. Superb. Every line is beautiful and flows and rhymes. This acrostic is the greatest as per me. God bless your poetic talent.

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Interconnection Of Souls And Poetry

Beryl L Edmonds © more by Beryl L Edmonds

Published by Family Friend Poems April 2019 with permission of the author.

Inspiration comes from all kinds of things
Nature in bloom of her blossoming Spring
The wondrous feeling of a first romance
Excited yet scared of taking the chance
Red roses for love, violets of blue
Charm of pretty buttercups' yellow hue
Ochre moon and twinkling celestial stars
Never cease to inspire creative arts
Nothing's quite like a tranquil azure sea
Ebbing and flowing so elegantly
Creatures of earth and below ocean wide
Tweeting birds, honeybees, and butterflies
Icicles that dangle like chandelier
Ornating the trees when winter is here
Now you see what poetry means to me.

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ABOUT THE POET:

My interest and love of poetry began at school, when I was fourteen years of age. The class were given the project of writing an anthology of verse, using our own poetry and designing the cover for our book.
I really enjoyed the project and still have the book I made.
Poetry has remained a lifelong hobby, I enjoy reading and writing poems to...

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Sis Beryl, such great writing. Superb. Every line is beautiful and flows and rhymes. This acrostic is the greatest as per me. God bless your poetic talent.

I'm so grateful for your encouraging comments on this acrostic poem. Thank you, Shayan.
Beryl

  • Isaiah.S.Lawson by Isaiah.S.Lawson
  • 3 years ago

I loved this. It's a great poem!

Thank you, Isaiah. I truly appreciate your reading and commenting on this acrostic poem.
Beryl

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