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A monorhyme poem is a form of poetry with identical rhymes on every line (all lines have the same end rhyme), but there is more to monorhyme. What is monorhyme in poetry (complete definition)?
Creativity in Every Corner
Bee with pink wings delight me
Blue-haired woman hand forming a vee
Orange haired unicorn named Gypsy Lee
Green eyed warrior woman filled with glee
Butterflies flirting, alive and free
Red steampunk mama dressed like Paul Klee
Indian maid with peacock...Read More
Hungry No More
food, humor, silly, sound,
Dining alfresco under blue sky.
Heard loud, smelly fart nearby
Culprit laughed until he cried;
T'was a kid wolfing down stir fry
My appetite was shot, no lie;
Couldn't finish...Read More
SILLY MIND'S FOLLY
appreciation, blessing, cheer up,
Allow my pen to expose mind’s folly
in the meantime, silly poetically
as I narrate of fictitious Xilly
whose pastime is cheering hilariously
while pondering meditatively
on natural phenomenon deeply
striving to explain them celestially
respecting facts scientifically
defying not Scriptures she trusts...Read More
Neighborhood Study Group
An interesting neighborhood study group
Full of old men and women who often snoop
One had left to take a dainty poop
Leaving the rest of us twisting into a loop
Toilet paper! She yelled with a whoop.
In a...Read More
Our First Pledge
parents, perspective, remember,
Slow fog dances along the river’s edge
Mingling with the flowering dusty sedge,
And climbing up the rocky granite ledge
Where you and I made our first pledge.
written September 21, 20212
10th grade, 11th grade,
I wish I was a simpleton, the all-knowing said to me.
Tickling me so much I almost slapped myself on my knee.
She is a genius, she tells people all the time, as far as she can...Read More
Shopping With My Daughter Today
10th grade, 11th grade,
I will shop with my eldest daughter today
Needing shoes that are not sandals, hooray!
We will not go until the break of the new day.
Meeting at nine, at a store far away.
I smile as I see...Read More
Renewal Is Never Too Late
analogy, appreciation, change, character,
It is never too late to sustain a difference.
Leave the cocoon of unhappiness.
Learn the labyrinth of facets of your life's mess.
Restore your broken appearance.
Rewrite your story with a new face.
The breeze carries your broken voice.
Achievement is limitless
allusion, appreciation, cheer up,
However, there is some hope for the future.
The bleakest dreams will become clearer.
Restore their vitality by breathing in booster
Resurrect them from the hidden casket locker.
Pushing boundaries is never too late, boomer.
Surely the pendulum will swing...Read More
appreciation, happy, nature,
The skies are blue, the skies are clear
Hark the cuckoo bringing good cheer
Peace enjoyed true, peace enjoyed here
Just touch that dew, nature’s glad tear
Don’t be so...Read More
3rd grade, 4th grade,
My favorite game has a shuttlecock.
You can hear my shrieks around the block.
People come running looking for detective chalk.
Thinking I was killed by a moron’s Glok.
You see I am not much of a sports...Read More
analogy, change, encouraging, endurance,
Change occurs as a result of persistence.
Regardless of the degree of resistance.
No matter how to abase the distance.
Don't let it be just another occurrence....Read More
CHILD IN ME
blessing, character, child, christian,
In this blest childhood stature, may I stay
Savoring God’s goodness day after day
Cheerfully walking upon peaceful way
Basking under freedom, so purely gay.
With child*-like faith, I please my Christ today
Devoid of pretense along heaven’s ray
Verily trusting,...Read More
Sun Has Much to Say Today
The sun has much to say today
Vitamin D she must convey
Whatever happens come what may
At least the sun has had her say
Warms meadow in a marvelous way
Ignoring clouds which are quite gray
Come here and see...Read More
Some Unsolicited Advice
Turn off the alarm before you unlatch,
Don't count your chickens before they hatch
No two snowflakes, they say, ever match
Sneaky shysters are very hard to catch,
Don't ruin torn jeans with a brand new patch
If your taffy...Read More
Specific Types of Monorhyme Poems
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Definition | What is Monorhyme in Poetry?