Meaningful English pangrams -- the 26 letters of the alphabet rearranged into a sentence -- are almost impossible to construct. Howard Bergerson has come up with an idea which has apparently never been tried before: use the one hundred letters contained in the Greek letter-names alpha, beta, ..., omega instead. The following poems are the result, dealing with a wide variety of topics; note that several introduce a Greek theme. In one poem, Socrates' wife Xanthippe objects to the payment of a pig that Socrates promised to a friend before drinking the hemlock. In another, Howard Bergerson echoes the haunting lines of Sappho: "The silver moon is set / The Pleiades are gone."
Bergerson, Howard W.
"Greek-Letter Pangrammatic Poems,"
Word Ways: Vol. 16
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol16/iss3/4