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Monorhyme Poems | Monorhyme Examples

Monorhyme Poems. Examples of Monorhymes and a list of new poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read short, long, best, and famous Monorhyme poetry while accessing rules, format, types, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Monorhyme.

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)?

Premium Member Playing Keep Away
We are playing keep away with a mini apple today. The frog is trying hard. His name is Little Jay. The one I am throwing to is a mischief maker, May. She is one of the only ones...Read More
Categories: 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Monorhyme



Premium Member Dougie the Dinosaur Catcher
Dougie the dinosaur catcher is a magnet for owls and dolphins too. He has two dwellings – one in the forest, and one in the ocean blue. He has caught sixty-eight dinosaurs, who refuse to shoo. They live...Read More
Categories: 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member How Magical Is He
He sits in the meadow’s flowers, bubbling away. The bubbles float skyward, on into a new day. He used to have a flute, but now this is his way. Of spreading music and joy from here to far...Read More
Categories: fantasy,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member DANCE OF THE SOUL
Dance of the Soul ...Read More
Categories: beautiful, dream, imagery, night,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Kamalatte
[ with a hint of the bridge from A Man Has Dreams sung by the character George Banks in Mary Poppins ] A bank is a community where people banked They did so with impunity until it tanked When...Read More
Categories: nonsense, silly,
Form: Monorhyme



Premium Member Giraffe God
Giraffe god transmogrified from the bark of a worn out tree. He stuck his head out and said “hello” in a nice way to me., I was shocked at how large this giraffe god could instantly Also stunned...Read More
Categories: animal,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member This Worn Cliche
‘Tis next to nothing, or so they say, tomorrow is another day Or something akin to this worn cliché, when time allows no other way Do your best to keep the hounds at bay, until every man has his say,...Read More
Categories: perspective, word play,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member There's a pill for that
Apathy’s paralyzation, Iridescent indignation, Steely eyed, grim concentration, Ebullient, effuse elation, Scheming klepto pilferation, And dysphoric ideation Drugs for every situation Prescription proliferation Pharmacological nation Where’s my pills? Where in tarnation?...Read More
Categories: drug,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member A Poem's a Treat
A poem's a treat one you don't eat for that, doubly sweet ~ and that's kinda neat ...Read More
Categories: cool, poems, sweet,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Toys of a Playboy - Not What You Think
Words are my joy For me they are toys And boys will be boys ~ Toying with words, I'm a Playboy...Read More
Categories: boy, silly, word play,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Light and Lithe Lily
Light and lithe Lily, the monarch flower girl has unusual DNA With droplets of butterfly and hummingbird glitz merry and gay. Surrounded by the magic of the elements, determined to stay She enhances the garden and meadow in...Read More
Categories: animal,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Her Name is Moo
What is her name? We asked those who lived on floor blue. Her name is Moo, and she is always wearing a flowered mumu. No someone argued; that cow’s name is Frank footer Sue. Why would that be?...Read More
Categories: animal,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Shell Game
Today’s the day: the concrete pour! It looks like thirty yards or more. Their barn will have a nice new floor. My barn will soon have room galore when all their stuff is out my door! ...Read More
Categories: daughter,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Seeing the Sky Through a Maple Leaf
I see the October sky best through a maple leaf. I had no idea what he meant, this guy named Reif. So he showed me how he views October through a leaf. It has to be maple, so...Read More
Categories: sky,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Tangerine Topics Turn Up
Tangerine topics turn up in magnificent minds of Manganese Enhancing the mind of she who is the most easily at ease Imagining new possibilities is something that we promptly seize Enjoyable to watch her think in the citrus...Read More
Categories: fantasy,
Form: Monorhyme

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Definition | What is Monorhyme in Poetry?

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