An abecedarian is pretty easy to write. It is a form of an acrostic poem. All you have to know is the letters of the alphabet!
Simply write out the alphabet and then fill in each line with your poem.
Here is an example of one that I wrote:
All these rooms are
Beginning to seem like
Cells. Where is my warden? Can I go free?
Doctors are the only ones who can
Fate. And now, tell me mine.
Gowns cover their bodies;
Hospital protection from
Jesus, I pray, please let me
Life. Don’t take it away from
Operations from my
Slowed me down.
Too little time is left. Please
Viewing the black and
X-rays, my warden has finally
Yielded the results. I have
Zero cancer! Thank you, God!
Do you think you can write one of these? Include yours in a comment, and share it with us.
If writing poetry is not your thing (but reading it is), then please tell me what you thought of my abecedarian. Did you like it? Did you know what I was going to say at the end of it? If so, what gave it away?
Share your thoughts, please . . . and share this poem on your favourite social media site, would you? I’d appreciate it! Thanks! 🙂
Have a great day!