Funk (an acrostic poem)

Fuzzy electric guitar warmed his ears

Under which the bass line pushed him forward

Navigating the strong drum beat

Knocking out the depression he had been feeling all day

 

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Scar (an acrostic poem)

So much cutting in her past

Cuts that let blood and tears flow equally freely

All that was in the rear view mirror now

Rachel wore their history as a testament that there is a future

 

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Bones (an acrostic poem)

Breaking into the business was extremely hard

Ordinary people followed the traditional route

No skeletons to hide in their closet

Eunice was not like ordinary people though

She danced with those skeletons and eventually earned that med degree

 

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Soil (an acrostic poem)

Some earth is rich and brown, ready for life to spring forth

Obviously this wasn’t that.  The war had across this dirt

It was ashen gray and crumbled in Jim’s hands

Looking at the ruined horizon, Jim knew he had to make it work, or else…

 

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Plus (an acrostic poem)

Putting things together helped her organize her thoughts

Lithe fingers deftly added masterful touches to her creation

Until her masterpiece was born

Smiling, she knew what she had to do next

 

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Crush (an acrostic poem)

Cupid struck him right upside his head

Reducing him to a puddle at her feet

Unhinged he lobbed a lopsided grin her direction

She didn’t catch it at all as she focused his wingman

Her mind went to mush as Cupid played his sick game

 

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