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Best Monorhyme Poems

Below are the all-time best Monorhyme poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of monorhyme poems written by PoetrySoup members


On Mountain Nine
Running beauty rippled in crystal white
No whisper in the air, just a wondrous sight
My eyes ascend in awe to a far light
Small and empty observing...

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Categories: beauty, creation, feelings, heaven,



The Older I Get
I once heard the whisper of falling snow,
saw a spark in the eye of a coal-black crow,
felt the power and awe of a swift river's...

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Categories: allegory, angst, health

Premium Member By the Sea
"By the sea, all worries wash away" 
(Saw this quote on a sign in my doctor office and I loved it.)

Since by the sea, all...

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Categories: beach, sea,

Premium Member Shadow Poets
As night grows short, yet moon and stars are still aglow,
some sleep with dreams which to the world they’ll never show,
and others sleep with dreams...

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Categories: poets,

Premium Member Una and the Lion
This world of trouble soon will pass
For there beyond the crystal glass
A lamb and lion tread the grass
Beside a lass, beside a lass

This cord of...

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Categories: animal, girl, happiness, innocence,

Premium Member Malimar
Inhaling, hushed, from hashed cigars
    my mind implodes in Malimar
        where Naiads bathe in caviar...

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Categories: fantasy,

Shadow to Shadow
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Shadow to shadow, shade to shade
In youth the Eden where you played
was left bereft, destroyed, decayed,
by trusts malignant masquerade

Shadow to shadow, shade to shade
No grass...

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Categories: abuse, corruption, dark, farm,

Premium Member On Our Friendship For Jan Allison


You were eyes for the man I was - blind 
And always without strain you were kind 
Love from the heart with no edit of mind 
What a...

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Categories: friendship, love,

Be Free, My Brothers
Penned like cattle, as if chattel,
     cages rattle, sounds of brattle,
          no...

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Categories: africa, america, black african

Premium Member Pierced
Imperfect as we are, how can we
begin to grasp the intensity
of His pain, that immense agony
of suffering for humanity?

To be unblemished, yet have to be
the...

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Categories: god,

Premium Member THROUGH GLOWING INTERLUDES


~ ~

 through eyes that glow ruffling your hair 
we warm the room with luminous  stares
a gentle ambrosia drapes the  fragrant air
with wine...

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Categories: anniversary, devotion, love,

Premium Member View from the prism of 'ism'
socialism  communism  fascism   despotism
  buddhism  catholicism  hinduism  zoroastrianism  
territorialism  colonialism   imperialism  ...

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Categories: satire, society, truth, word

Make It Count
line count and word number are equal in this selection....

"Make It Count"
by:  Eric L. Boddie

A
Man may
Come to play
But if you say
Oh no baby, not...

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Categories: art, education, encouraging, life,

Premium Member A COOKED GOOSE



When you come home late at night
Open the door and turn on the light
You had better be extremely quite
Or your goodly wife you may excite

And...

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Categories: funny, husband, wife,

Premium Member One Autumn Night
Beneath a moonlight black velvet sky
Where scarlet leaves from the Maple fly
On November’s  wind and breathless sighs
And a lone coyote’s distant cry
You and me...

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Categories: autumn, love,

Let it be
'



                        ...

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Categories: caregiving, life, peace,

Premium Member Sweeter Than Wine

He pops the cork from vintage vine,
then bubbles dance in scarlet wine
I look his way, his eyes find mine
The stars align, the stars align! 

He...

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Categories: kiss, love, wine,

Premium Member Luna's Eclipse
Luna, to the depths 
     of my fondest delight,
You are regally dressed 
     this beautiful night.
Your beaming...

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Categories: moon,

Premium Member Color Me Blue
Color me blue
As I think of you
A love once true
Has lost its radiant hue

Tomorrow I begin anew
How?  I haven't a clue
A love once true
Has...

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Categories: lost loveme, longing, love,

Cleaning Solution
Sticky smears on the table top.
on the couch spilled soda pop
one chewed up shoe and one flip-flop
I’m doomed to clean this mess non-stop
  ...

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Categories: funny, life,

Greatest Transport
I like to be somewhere were I can't be traced
I world of magic or stuck in the replay of my outtakes
A thousand pictures saved and...

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Categories: happiness

Premium Member A Southern Snow
In the dark of night, moon hidden from sight
Large snowflakes in flight and transcending white
Come morning's twilight, ice crystals ignite
They sparkle so bright as sun...

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Categories: beauty, poetry, snow,

Premium Member Springtime - Nature Says
Nature says create and rejuvenate.

Beasts cooperate and repopulate.

Sun’s rays dominate; showers saturate!

Blooms that fascinate soon accumulate.

Bees don’t hesitate to participate

as they pollinate. Isn’t springtime great!


Written...

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Categories: spring,

Premium Member To My Benefactor

Thank you, special friend, whoever you are,

For the best gift I've got this year, so far,

Your generous heart is sure above par,

May God bless you!...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, thank you,

Premium Member The Reason For Our Vitality

God is the Lord of all humanity,
And the reason for our vitality;
When we ignore Him, there's insanity,
Volcanity, lack of morality,
Senseless brutality, profanity,
That leads mankind towards...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bible, god, truth,