Poem – acrostic

“Master, your
Garment is renew linger
Trust hard entrance
Garment renew entrance a trust entrance strength trust
Finery, unholy colour knew
Is not
Trust on wall not

Linger on vaguest entrance
Trust on
Finery, unholy colour knew
Master, your
Garment is renew linger

Morning You
Gleam in resonant life
Thee. He eyes
Gleam resonant eyes and thee. Eyes shame thee.
From up come Kindle
In not
Thee. Of wall not

Life of vain eyes
Thee. Of
From up come Kindle
Morning You
Gleam in resonant life”

a·cros·tic Pronunciation Key (-krôstk, -krstk)
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.]