Rhythm and Rhyme Workshop
(12/23/2008 10:59:00 AM)
'Old Braided Rug'
I found an old hand made braided rug
at a thrifty store, the other day.
It was quite a dirty sight to see
with some of its edges frayde.
I bought it up and rushed it home!
to give this little rug, a gentle loving needed bath.
And when it was cleaned, there was seen
braided memories of someone's past.
One braided rope weaved into another
a child's pajamas or maybe a robe?
Then an old flour bag, 'Velvet Flour'
was the logo, in this rug they'd sewed.
Then what looked to be a small center piece
remnants of someone's wedding gown.
I think they placed it there on purpose
Sort of like this little rugs, jeweled crown.
Memories of someone's life
braided into this useful little rug.
To place in front of a sink or bed
giving where ever placed, a little braided hug.
I don't know if anyone still makes them
these journals of a persons past?
But this little braided rug is now mine to treasure
to be enjoyed as long as it will last.
(12/23/2008 3:05:00 AM)
check out poems by sonny rhyme...the son of rhymes and..........
(11/28/2008 1:52:00 PM)
I agree with albert wong comment.
(11/14/2008 2:52:00 PM)
A tip to rhyme in poetry is to go through all the letter to finding a word ryhiming.
I don't know why I used a TRADE,
Now my memories seem to FADE.
(11/12/2008 9:35:00 AM)
please spare a few minutes to comment on one of my poems, feedback would be really appreciated. I'll make sure to return the favour.
Thank you :)
(11/6/2008 8:45:00 AM)
please read and comment on some of my poems I NEED FEEDBACK
(11/3/2008 7:37:00 PM)
hi all dear poets if u could spare some of your precious time and read my poem 'release into peace' i would be very gratefull and be happy to comment on your work thank you for your time
(11/2/2008 1:17:00 AM)
Anyone who wants to read a good poet please read April Breeland
(10/29/2008 9:21:00 PM)
Anyone who likes Rythm and Rythem read Ryan Thompson he is very good! ! !
Dr Kamran Haider
(10/27/2008 11:31:00 AM)
I think a train of thought can be rhythmic itself, so we shouldn't over exert on rhyming as it loses the true essence of a poem... Having said that many masters have crafted such masterpiece poems that have everything what is required technically and nothing is lost…
I am not a master just a learner… so if any one would please read few of my poems and guide me to get better in this learning process…