My oldest daughter, Eliana, a freshman in high school, had a homework assignment to write a grouping of poems that explored all types of poetry styles and writing.  These ranged from a Snapshot Poem, an Acrostic Poem, a Palindrome Poem and everything in between.  She wrote each poem with a style that made this dad proud!  One, specifically, that stuck out to me was her Concrete Poem.  Concrete poetry, also known as shape poetry, is a type of poem that uses some sort of visual presentation to enhance the effect of the poem on the reader.

On this Friday…a Good Friday…those who follow a faith tradition remember what our Savior did for us.  With Eliana’s permission, today’s post is her Concrete Poem titled “I Know”.