GMC POETRY: Poseidon Acrostic Alliteration

Usually I write an acrostic poem and an alliteration poem, but this time I mixed it up by combining in the two.

Powerful protector, parent [of] pegasus

Ouranus’ olympic offspring, overlord [of] oceans

Stormy savior [of] ships, [the] surrounding sea

Exuberant earth-shaker evoking emotional epiphany

Immortal image [of] inundation invading islands

Dangerous divinity dwelling [in] darkness’ depths

Oppposer [of] odysseus, [the] obscure one

Notorious naval nurturer navigating nature

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