The branches bobbed up and down in the wind as if
It were a cork float on a pole.With a nibble, on a pond.
While deep below an old catfish grinned...
And without hesitation grabbed his dindin
by WordWielder4 years ago
Thanks kimback for the inspiration to do this with your last topic.... Simple rules: Every two lines have to rhyme, the next two lines have to rhyme as well but be different from the first lines. Be creative and make it...
by \Brenda Scully7 years ago
no more than 4 lines.... and we need them to rhyme... Though tired after a long day I am staying up writing Just having my say ...
by Blake Atkinson5 years ago
two lines at a time. I'll startDuring the daylight hours which I pleaseI am able to show my expertise...
by kimback087 years ago
I'll begin our story with part of a sentence and the next person to post adds on to my post, and then the next post adds on to theirs and so on. HERE WE GO...
by Miss Take7 years ago
The snow so pure, white, new..........Evenly distributed,Weighing heavily upon the twigs,Of the branches,On the trees ...........Near where i live your turn.
by Leni Sands6 years ago
Once upon a time there lived a wise old man named Yaris who lived in the very deepest, darkest place in the woods, on a hillside in a place known as Whispering Winds Valley.
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