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Life Rhyme Poems

These Life Rhyme poems are examples of Rhyme poems about Life. These are the best examples of Rhyme Life poems written by international poets.


Snap Decisions
Some folks make decisions
Without thinking, in a snap,
Especially when options, 
Unexpected, hit their lap.

I envy that ability
To quickly take a chance
Instead of being mired
In a...

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Categories: life,



Premium Member The Marriage Marathon
Many years ago when we were all young,                          we dated looking for a...

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Categories: rhyme, friend, love, wedding,

Premium Member Food for Thought II
There is more to this law than just saving a child’s life.
It’s the governments control of your daughter or wife.
My thoughts on abortion will always...

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Categories: how i feel,

Premium Member Marvel Spotlight on the Ghost Rider 8
Crash Simpson grasped the flaming sword
and held it up against the Ghost Rider
They would battle to the death
a vision that continued to grow even wider

But...

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Categories: anxiety,

Bubby
He was called Bubby and he went to Heaven.
He died in 2018 at the young age of fifty-seven.
When we moved into my house in 1977,...

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Categories: death, death of a



Premium Member Forbearance Vast Spectrum
How do I acquire a place where I can forgive?
How can I stop blaming myself for my mistakes? 
I can't recall the version of "Intrinsic",...

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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, appreciation, forgiveness,

Nature Does Kindly Nurture
Do you thank the Sun
On any day for duty done?
Due to Sun, life is no burden
As He makes World a garden

Do you salute the Moon
For...

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Categories: beautiful, best friend, celebration,

Come
When the moon is full will you not come? 

Can you not like the rose petals out stretched, 
come at the hight of the moon?

Life...

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Categories: 12th grade,

Premium Member DENDROPHILES
I love trees but I am not an expert…I just know they touch my heart…
Except for some maples, poplars and a few oaks…I can’t tell...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tree,

The Clown With No Name
There he stood with his painted face;
All focused on the bright colours that he wore.
No one saw his eyes (they were out of place),
Why should...

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Categories: cry, dark, depression, loneliness,

Premium Member Many Sides of Wolf
There are so many sides of a wolf never seen
Because of his teeth his reputation tends to be mean
He likes meaty dishes, served up by...

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Categories: animal,

Premium Member Light
Spring days exude rich life renewed,
and all around is golden-hued
in sunlight.

The squirrels chatter-talk with verve.
For entertaining they deserve
the limelight.

Birds gather twigs to build their nests
and...

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Categories: light,

Premium Member Supreme Lies
They swore and they lied
Women’s rights are tied
To our weak democracy
To our inevitable legacy
Women are no fools
Women are indispensable tools
For the betterment of today’s society
Without...

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Categories: america, conflict, emotions, freedom,

Premium Member Narcissistic Conversationalist




After the little storm last night
The birds' song seems chipper  
As the sun changes cobalt clouds
To rose, roosters' songs quicker

As porch ceiling fan hums...

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Categories: life,

Premium Member In An Old Country Churchyard
Ah! To be buried in an old English churchyard
With the dark green ivy and wild roses
Where the sweet nostalgic aromas hill the air
And the church...

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Categories: beauty, death, love, religious,