Sunday, January 27, 2013

Review of Acrostic by Lewis Carroll

Acrostic by Lewis Carroll (b. January 27, 1832) was offered by Poets.org's Poem-A-Day on the anniversary of his birth, January 27, 2013.  The poem is an acrostic of rhyming couplets on "LORINA, ALICE, and EDITH.  Mr. Carroll is one of my favorite poets, so it was nice to read this one.  Coincidentally, last night (early this morning, if truth be told) I composed a rhyming acrostic for my wife on her name.

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