Poem – acrostic

“Master, your Garment is renew linger Strength Trust hard entrance Garment renew entrance a trust entrance strength trust Finery, unholy colour knew Is not Trust on wall not Is Linger on vaguest entrance Trust on Finery, unholy colour knew Master, your Garment is renew linger Morning You Gleam in resonant life Shame Thee. He eyes Gleam resonant eyes and thee. Eyes shame thee. From up come Kindle In not Thee. Of wall not In Life of vain eyes Thee. Of From up come Kindle Morning You Gleam in resonant life” a·cros·tic Pronunciation Key (-krôstk, -krstk) n. 1. A poem or series of lines in which certain letters, usually the first in each line, form a name, motto, or message when read in sequence. 2. See word square. [French acrostiche, from Old French, from Greek akrostikhis : akron, head, end; see acromegaly + stikhos, line; see steigh- in Indo-European Roots.]