A-Z in poetry  May 9, 2012 - May 31, 2012

Contest Completed



Can you create a poem of twenty six lines where each lines begins with the consecutive letters of the alphabet, A-Z?

Similar to an ABC poem but using all 26 letters and an Acrostic where the first letter of each line forms the alphabet. Also known as an Abecedarian.

Rhyme prefered but not essential as long as the meter flows.

If you would like to read an excellent example of this form, by James Paulin, please copy and paste this link into your browser.

New entries to the site only please. All entries to remain exclusive to this contest until results are published. I aim to publish results within 48 hours of voting being completed.

You have to the end of May to submit your entry. Have fun ;@))


1st = 3 reviews, 2nd = 2 reviews, 3rd = 1 review.


L. J. Clayton
L. J. Clayton
United Kingdom


1 Contestant
1 Submissions
Created May 9, 2012