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Write a Double Acrostic poem where the first and last letter of each line spell out the same word in the opposite way.
See example below:
Too often I've been saying thiS
How many times, I've lost tracK
All the guidance, support, and affectioN
Nits, suggestions or even a smallest ideA
Knowledge that'll never be too mucH
Satisfying journey I hope to lasT
Copyright : arjuna
Please note that the last letter on each line in the example is capitalised to show a clearer pattern. The actual entries should be in normal letters.
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Poets were challenged to write a poem where the first letter and last letter of each line spell out the same word in the opposite way. Please consider the requirements when making a choice for the winner.
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Deadline: Friday, March 20, 2009 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
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