|There, our first form challenge is done. Congratulations to Tom and Mark. The next form is a simple one but it must be at least 26 lines long...one line for each letter of the alphabet. I have posted an example. It goes like this...
ABECEDARIUS is an alphabetic acrostic or a poem in which each line or stanza begins with a successive letter of the alphabet. Historically, it was widely used in religious aspects as the beginning of prayers, hymns and oracles. As time progressed, variations of the method developed and new types of acrostics appeared. Some methods included using the first letter of the stanza, first letter of the first word, and last letter of the last word in the line.
You can choose to rhyme or not. I treated my example as a travel plan but you can do anything, really...just as long as it meets my normal criteria of respect.
Have fun. Love & blessings...Cherry