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for rhyming poetry in the 21st Century ~
βέƦẙḽ Dṏṽ

There are only four proper places
for rhyming poetry in the 21st Century ~

humorous verse,
poetry slams
and Hallmark...

I'm still trying to figure out the fourth.

Please read: Why Don't Modern Poems Rhyme, Etc.
Pen Lux
Pen Lux
May 7, 2013

my rhyme schemes
are often best
to be replaced
because you
can't hear me croon
in the afternoon
as I type out my feelings
alone in my room.

I'm thinking of trying to get a few people together to share poetry through youtube videos.
Help all of each other critique
for any of us who wish to speak,
                                            be heard,
                                            help learn.
M Clement
M Clement
Sep 14, 2013

There was silence left in
And nothing left for
With little time for
No mind: Sean

I don't even know Sean Hannity; it all just rhymed.
Nov 14, 2013

Sometimes it makes me feel like Dr. Seuss
What’s that word…oh ya moose
It’s a good way to teach the little one
And it is a whole lot of …uh….fun

I think that it makes it easier to read
It adds rhythm and speed
I sing it like a song
Ya maybe that’s wrong

Who would have thought who knew?
I would rhyme poetry for YOU
I can’t think of topic so I’ll stop
Or else I’ll recite “Hop on Pop”

So I’ll leave with this treat
About flowers so sweet
Bright yellow and orange…
Huh, oh ya nothing rhymes with orange

I had fun writing this one :)
Writing rhyming verse,
βέƦẙḽ Dṏṽ

Writing free verse is like playing tennis with the net down.
~ Robert Frost

Writing rhyming verse,
outside the domain of humor,
is like listening to a leaky faucet.
The second drip is pleasing,
the tenth annoying
and the fiftieth
puts you fast asleep.
~ ᏰέƦẙḽԃṏሁ Լέῳ

Me again
yes you guessed it
hold this pen
can't get arrested

Eliza Jane
Eliza Jane
Apr 12, 2012

Could you write me a poem,
Or write me a letter?
Just something that will make me feel better.

a short rubbishy rhyming poem.
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