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Thursday, 9 January 2014

Rhythm and rhyme

At dVerse today, Tony Maude invites us to pick a challenge from previous posts. I have chosen the challenge to write with rhythm and rhyme, and in the poem, the locus, I explain why I always write with rhythm and rhyme.

I DO

I believe in rhythm making
and in doing rhyme awaking.
This trochaic verse is perfect
since I turn defect to defect.



I have put a link to this post on the blog hop of "dVerse" | here |.

6 comments:

  1. THAT IS WHY

    The ordinary language is
    defect, and I am showing this.
    By rhyme and rhythm it is fine,
    perfect, in my fantastic line.

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  2. You certainly have a good rhythm going in this, Anders. Rhyme is interesting, isn't it - especially in English when words that look like they ought to rhyme, don't!

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  3. "rhyme awaking" this is great. I like your usage of rhythm as well.

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  4. Oh rhythm and rhyme are great element of poetry..

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  5. I enjoy the rhythm and rhyme in your poetry.

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