Enigma – An Acrostic Plus poem
You were awkward from the first conversation
Opinionated and judgmental
Understanding nothing of what I said
Arranged to meet with many
Reservations, but was intrigued
Even bought a new dress
And who would have believed it?
No overstated opinions or arrogance
I cannot even remember what I ate
We talked and laughed until dawn
Having sipped on many a martini
We both had difficulty leaving
And clung to each other, what was the harm?
Sprinkled in fairy dust we floated in a fantasia
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Lillian is hosting D'Verse Poets tonight and has prompted us
with a puzzle and acrostic poetry. the first letter of each line
spells out a word and if you write an acrostic plus poem the last
letter of each line is the resulting word that brings it together.
I hope mine makes sense to you ☺️
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