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Rands Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
The Book Phatt Matt Dramatic Monologue Dramatic Monologue rands, adventure, change, character, confidence,
A DECEMBER TO REMEMBER Roy Mokoena Personification Personification rands, angel, art, birth, birthday,
Education Drencho POET Rhyme Rhyme rands, education,
I'm a rose Faaiqah Abader Rhyme Rhyme rands, emotions, feelings, love, relationship,
LIFE Benedict Msawenkosi Khubeka Elegy Elegy rands, adventure, devotion, life, religious,
PAIN Tom D Le Poet Le Poet Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse rands, africa, first love, jealousy,
Unspoken Words VIII - Credit Love Langeni Mate Free verse Free verse rands, love, trust, women, youth,
A Sudden Crawl Thabang Ngoma Rhyme Rhyme rands, life,
Godfrey G' G' Gore Paul Geiger Light Verse Light Verse rands, fun, humor, humorous, math,
The Wolf at the Door Suzette Richards Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme rands, on work and working,
The Beggar Jessica Goldstone I do not know? I do not know? rands, loss, people, social, urban,
Hard To Understand Mpho Mokhele I do not know? I do not know? rands, girlfriend-boyfriend, hope, love, me,

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Rands Poem Example

Godfrey G' G' Gore

Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore —?
Was a boy who wouldn’t shut a door!?
Winter came in that year of yore-?
Sleet blew in and covered the floor. ?
Summer came with its bugs galore—?
Flies and gnats, cicadas and more. 
?At last his parents, irked full sore,?
Shipped him away to Baltimore.*

*W. B. Rands Square—a shorter Victorian moral
*Mathematics&Poetry—based on a mathematical square: the number of syllables in a line equals the number of lines. 

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