Lets see how long of a poem we can make, two lines at a time...I'll start.
Low pay? Don't feel sad,
Read, comment, and click an ad.
Come, visit, and have some fun,
clickety click everyone!
As the wheels roll down the road,
You know you've left rat race mode,
Hair in wind, flying free,
Heart soars high, now what maybe?
here and there
I see a kill
Middle of the road
Saw a skunk
now it's dead
I should know
I should think
Miles to go
in all this stink
Heart of the heartless world
Dear heart, the thought of you
Is the pain at my side
The shadow that chills my view
by \Brenda Scully 8 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 beginning a rhyme that will go on and on...... ...
by WordWielder 6 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 fun! I'll start with the first two lines to give it a sense of...
by Blake Atkinson 7 years ago
two lines at a time. I'll startDuring the daylight hours which I pleaseI am able to show my expertise...
by WordWielder 7 years ago
If you are a published poet, an aspiring poet or have never tried to write a poem but at least enjoy poetry- then WE NEED YOU! Here's your chance to both express and explore your creative juices in a rhyme, a line and a verse. This is a fun, collaborative activity where a little effort...
by Joy56 8 years ago
Ever had that Monday morning feeling, Wish you had stayed in bed......
by Renee S 6 years ago
The branches bobbed up and down in the wind as if
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