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“The first thing I wrote that I was proud of was my Book Week Acrostic Poem in year 2, the library teacher put it up on the windows because she was so impressed.”
“Acrostic sonnet: "Rose is not a rose without a thorn.”
“Jutu «Spells for Halloween: An Acrostic» esmailmumiskohaks oli ajaleht «Charlotte Observer», kus see siis 2004. aasta oktoobri teises pooles üheksaosalise järjeloona ilmus.”
“Acrostic: 1: a composition usually in verse in which sets of letters (as the initial or final letters of the lines) taken in order form a word or phrase or a regular sequence of letters of the alphabet”
“In its issue of October 2, 1795, appeared the celebrated diplomat's Acrostic.”
“Note the Acrostic "Villon" in the first letters of the first six lines.”
“Each at a time recites a holy verse of which the initial sound is the sound of a letter in the kaimyo of the dead boy; and these verses, uttered in the order of the characters upon the ihai, form the sacred Acrostic whose name is The Words of Perfume.”
“No.I. was written at the request of some young friends, who had gone to a ball at an Oxford Commemoration -- and also as a specimen of what might be done by making the Double Acrostic A CONNECTED”
“An Acrostic (Mr Davenports address to his lady),”
“War Poetry in the Age of Romanticism 1793-1815/1802.2 "Acrostic on Bonaparte”
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