General Poetry posted April 15, 2022

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An acrostic poem

Nor'westers in Summer

by Bridge

Nothing matches its savage strength 
Occuring in late summer afternoons
Rolling in with a roar
orth watching from the window
Easily uprooting trees
Scaring birds into hiding
Thunder and lightning are its cohorts
Entrancing man with its might
Rain is a faithful follower
Sweeps away all melancholy 


Season's acrostic. writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write an acrostic poem that celebrates your favorite season. Any word can be used, as long as it includes why you enjoy that time of year.

Nor'westers are fierce storms with thunder and lightning that occur in my native country India and also Bangladesh
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