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With abecedarian poetry, each line or stanza begins with the first letter of the alphabet and is followed by the next letter, from A-Z. A form of acrostic poetry, the abecedarian poem's first letter of each line spells out the entire alphabet. Try it! If you're short on inspiration, listen to Episode 3 of Line Break, where eyesofIris interviews LadyMidnight about her abecedarian poem, Lost and Found.  Other examples of abecedarian poetry from a YWP workshop: Wishes (by eyesofIris); City Sunrise (by Love to Write); and Beasts of Blood (by Hazel.C).
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