A Literary Composition
An acrostic is a form of writing in which the first letter or syllable or word of each line or paragraph or other recurring feature in the text spells out a word or phrase or message. Acrostics are usually written in the form of poetry, but they can be in the form of prose as well.
Here’s an example:
Summer is leaving.
Every moment the sun shone was a gift.
Perhaps the new season will be kind.
Time will tell.
Every new month marks a new beginning.
Make this month count.
Begin today with gratitude… and follow your dream.
Every minute of every hour matters.
Respect your time, your life, your self.