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A Poem Form for Christmas

This form is Acrostic. It spells out something diagonally on the left side of each line. This form is a bit of a challenge to create in a rhyming poem. More of a challenge is a Double Acrostic, where in addition to left side is the spelling out on the right side in sequence after the left side. Haven't tried this yet. But here an Acrostic Poem for the season.  Christmas C elebrating each other this day H appy in giving; a smile received R oof tops lit bright, displays array I n making this day one perceived S pecial in giving thanks we covey T oday ours to celebrate,  joy achieved M emories of blessings here to stay A mazed at the kindness, ours conceived S ignaling Christmas is here without delay      ©Doris Elaine Wishing all a very  Merry Christmas!

A Poem for Christmas

This form of poem is Acrostic. It spells out something diagonally on the left side of each line. Here an Acrostic Poem for the season. Merry Christmas M erry this day for our king was born E xcitement fills the air in celebration R eceiving and giving gifts becomes airborne R emembering Him this day brings elation Y esterdays blessings He has adorn C hrist Jesus to us was born H oly this day we celebrate R ighteous our linage His as worn I nto His kingdom we await S alvation to us He has sworn T oday our love to Him we demonstrate M erry we become in being reborn A s Christians everyday we mandate S oon to come our king that's greatly adorn       ©Doris Elaine Although, unknown for sure, this is the day we celebrate our creator, savior, friend, OUR KING's birth; Jesus Christ. A very MERRY CHRISTMAS to all!