I definitely got carried away with this poem as my idea took me on a long ride. I used gems in alphabetical order and then had to figure out a way to make a poem out of it, simply titled “Gems.”
And here’s the prompt: “Today, I’d like to challenge you to write an abecedarian poem – a poem in which the word choice follows the words/order of the alphabet. You could write a very strict abecedarian poem, in which there are twenty-six words in alphabetical order, or you could write one in which each line begins with a word that follows the order of the alphabet. This is a prompt that lends itself well to a certain playfulness. Need some examples? Try this poem by Jessica Greenbaum, this one by Howard Nemerov or this one by John Bosworth.”
3 thoughts on “Day 18 Abecedarian-by the alphabet PAD 2023”
So amazing. What’s that word?- oh yeah, a true diamond. Love this. Thanks. Xoxo
Oh Selma! I appreciate your reading, liking, and commenting! It was a labor of love, but if I had all those gems, I would be ecstatic!
Blessing you. Enjoy a precious weekend. Xoxo