Leap (an acrostic poem)

 

Leave the ground with gusto and take to the air

Eclipse the sun for those still stuck on the ground

Ascend to heights you never guessed you could reach

Peak and resist coming back down

 

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Curious (an acrostic poem)

Can’t wait to find out the ending?

Unless you skip to the last line you will need to wait

Really, no matter how fast you read, it will take longer than you want

I keep building up the hype.  Can you wait till the end?

Or did you already peak at it?

Under this line, you will finally find the end

So was it as good for you as it was for me?

 

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