An Acrostics Poem - Saturdays
Saturdays are calling....
Sunning in the summer; winter skiing, please don't fall;
Apples in the autumn, or any time at all;
Tennis in the springtime, or indoor in a hall;
Under an umbrella, when raindrops start to fall;
Romance in any season, any one at all;
Dance beneath the moonlight to the square dancer's call;
Avoid just being lazy, life won't let you stall;
You’re made for motion, moving, but be careful not to fall;
Saturdays are calling! Grab your partner. Have a ball!
Copyright 2012 Demas W. Jasper All rights resrved.
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