Steps 1 Writing about oneself or ourselves can be very cathartic.
Contact Author Acrostic name poems are simple poems in which each the first letter of each line forms a word or phrase vertically, it uses each letter of the name to begin an inspiring phrase.
This type of poem is easy to write because it gives you a concrete format in which to write. Few years ago I saw a stall in the weekend market printing personalized poems using the child's name and it is in acrostic poetry.
Each line of the name starts with a different line of poetry describing a virtue or a quality that can be admired. I thought, I can do that too, so when I got home, I started writing and use my daughter's name as a start and I get carried away and write more and more but then I got busy with something else and forget about it.
This morning while looking for some papers, I found the notebook where I wrote all my acrostic name poems. Here are some of my acrostic poems, you are free to use these poems, you can edit the poem that will suit your child's name.
Just cut and paste the poem in a word document and print it on any colour paper and put some cutouts or picture of your child. You can also purchase parchment paper which are available in any stationery shops. Examples of Acrostic Name for Girls Click thumbnail to view full-size Source M is for Magnificent, you are a joy O is for Outgoing, always on the go N is for Natural, the genuine side of you I is for Imaginative, full of delightful surprises C is for Cheerful,you always brighten my day A is for Affectionate, an excellent character Monica, you light up my life.
I is for Inventive, so full of imagination A is for Adorable, so precious and lovely N is for Nice, warm and loving A is for Active, clever and bright Diana, you are one in a million. L is for Lively, everyone's friend.
I is for Imaginative, there is always something new. E is for Endearing, a charming style Natalie, your my special little girl. Carl, what a champ! P is for Patience, heplful and always kind A is for Adventurous, driven by boundless energy U is for Unique, a very special son L is for Lovable, a heart of gold.
Paul, we love you more than words can say. Troy, a very special boy Click thumbnail to view full-size Source Children can also create their own acrostic poems for their friends or gifts for family members. Every poem that you create will be a unique compostion and can be a perfect gift for a birthday, new baby, baptism, or a special Christmas gift.
You can also frame or laminate the poem and put it in your child's room. Acrostic name poems can also enchance your scrapbooking album.Whatever your favorite word-spelling platform may be — whether soup or cereal, crossword puzzle or word-find, an acrostic poem is bound to be full of letter-loving fun.
So grab a sheet of paper, pick an interesting word, try out our new infographic, and learn how to write an acrostic poem. Can you write a poem for me, I love fishing, hunting and hanging out with friends from the country and I hope you can help me.
I need a poem about me and I need help. VisiHow QnA. This section is not written yet. Want to join in? Click EDIT to write this answer. Halloween Acrostic Poem: Have your kids write an Halloween Acrostic Poem with this fun paper.
Each line of the poem must start with the letters in HALLOWEEN. Dec 31, · Write a poem. We have done this a couple of times in my Seminary class, and it is always so fun!
GROUP: Another time I explained to the class that the book of Lamentations is written in acrostic form, meaning that each part of the poem begins with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet. So after the style of Lamentations, we. a number of lines of writing, such as a poem, certain letters of which form a word, proverb, etc.
A single acrostic is formed by the initial letters of the lines, a double acrostic by the initial and final letters, and a triple acrostic by the initial, middle, and final letters. To begin with, an acrostic is a poem in which the first letters of each line spell out a word or phrase.
The word or phrase can be a name, a thing, or whatever you like. When children write acrostics, they will often use their own first name, or sometimes the first name of a friend.