An example of an acrostic poem about respect is Respect by Steven Beesley. It is an acrostic poem because the first character of each line can be combined to spell out the poem's theme.
The word "RESPECT" is formed by the first letter of each line of the poem, which makes it an acrostic poem.
"Respect is not free and cannot be taken for granted.
Earn it from others, only comes with good deeds.
Show respect towards others first, if you it expect it in return.
Practice humility, patience and compassion.
Earnestly learn from others and give credit where it is due.
Cannot command it, you must work hard for it.
Total commitment to excellence is required."