In Orderliness

Poem By Bernard F. Asuncion

W-ith
I-lluminate
L-ight
M-orn
A-nd

C-loud
U-se
S-unrise
T-o
O-pen
D-awn
I-n
O-rderliness

Topic: Birthday of Wilma Custodio (May 25)
Form: Vertical Monocrostic

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