Respect by Steven Beesley is an example of an acrostic poem about respect. Because the first character of each line may be used to spell out the poem’s theme, it is an acrostic poem.
The first letter of each line of the poem forms the word “RESPECT,” making it an acrostic poem.
“Respect isn’t something you get for free, and you can’t take it for granted.”
It is only by excellent activities that one can earn it from others.
If you expect respect from others, you must first show it to them.
Humility, patience, and compassion are virtues to cultivate.
Learn from others with sincerity and credit where credit is due.
You can’t command it; you have to earn it.
“A complete dedication to perfection is essential.”