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Poems Written With a Metronome

Updated on April 30, 2017
Josef Albers
Josef Albers

Silence

town halls

between

bird calls

the beats

can hold

boy's dreams

fast balls

new books

great halls

share rhymes

new friends

speak out

tight pants

class clown

this dance

broke chimes

time out

newt climbs

built shed

rose bushes

King Lear

orchid

right frame

small frog

bold choices

good game

soft down

lamplight

new bloom

doorknob

right here

old rake

dead log

ground up

tight lock

small light

work out

blackbook

green tea

sight see

wet art

home soon

dry cloths

warm socks

green grass

plan to tan

deep snooze

trash can

life plan

be me

porch light

new sight

sidewalk

fun chalk

kids books

no fear

right hooks

our parts.

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      ThreeKeys 2 months ago from Australia

      Interesting angle, Jamie. I enjoyed it.

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      MizBejabbers 2 months ago

      Interesting and very rhythmic Jamie. A fun read. May I call you the Picasso of poems?

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      Justin W Price 2 months ago from Juneau, Alaska

      Love it. Jealous that I didn't write it.

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 2 months ago from Reno NV

      Thank you. These are probably the nicest comments I have ever read. Thank you again for such praise. I hope you had a wonderful poetry month. Jamie

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      Ann Carr 2 months ago from SW England

      I can hear the tick, tock of the metronome. My mother always had one on top of her piano and it always fascinated me. I passed it on to my daughter a few years ago. She has many memories of playing with it and spending time with her Grandma.

      Ann

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