What is an acrostic poem for Aztec
Several acrostic poems using "Aztec" were found online.
The first is: (each comma signifies a new line) "Altar sacrifice tool, Zephyrs, Twenty thousand sacrificed, Enemies often imprisoned, Chinampas".
Another one is: "Ahuitzotl the great leader raises his knife, Zephyrs buffet the heights and the Altar looms over all, Torrents of blood rush down the steps, Enraged the Jaguar warrior strikes, Consecrated is the Great Temple".
An acrostic poem, also just called an "acrostic", is defined as "A poem or series of lines in which certain letters, usually the first in each line, form a name, motto, or message when read in sequence". So, the writer can write whatever they'd like, but it's supposed to be related to the word or phrase spelled out by the first letter in each line. If the first letter isn't used, the letter making up the key word or phrase is usually capitalized, in bold, in italics, or highlighted in some other way.
There are also acrostic puzzles, similar to crossword puzzles, in which certain key letters within the crossword spell out a word, phrase, or message. Some can be found online at Acrostics.org or at The NY Times.