Midnight where history ends, yet begins
In darkness where secrets are kept.
Dance the spirits of the night,
Never to see the light,
Insight to the magic of night,
Giving hours of delight,
Haunting dreams perhaps in fright,
The witching comes to an end.
Acrostic Poetry Type
Formed by writing a word vertically down the page
One letter per line
All capital letters
Each line of poetry must begin with the letter on that line and must pertain to the word
May use one word or a phrase
Does not have to rhyme
Use adjectives and phrases that describe the word
Giving pleasure to those who play
Anyone can win
More than one player
Everyone gets a turn
Sportsmanship is the key
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