Write an Abecedarian Poem!
It's as easy as A.B.C.
Summary: An Abecedarian poem is a poem in which each new line begins with a successive letter of the alphabet in alphabetical order. (First line begins with A, Second line begins with B, Third line begins with C, and so on) This challenge requires you to write a modified Abecedarian in which you write at least 13 lines, using A through M (just half the alphabet).
How to Enter: Submit your final poem entry in the replies on this topic.
Description: There are plenty of examples of Abecedarians on the internet if you need a bit of inspiration, but try to be creative! Also the challenge only requires you to get to line 13 (A through M) so it avoids some of the more difficult letters. If you want a challenge, try to go all the way through the alphabet. You might even get extra points for doing the rest of the letters. Best of luck!