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The Book Of Terrible Rhymes

By Caylie Hart All Rights Reserved ©


Chapter 1

I am the greatest.

I am the best.

I cannot rhyme, but that doesn't mean no rest.

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DanaStan: Paints warm, cozy scenes that drew me in and made me want to stop and rest awhile. Very minimalist, yet flowing language. Really nice work! I would love a whole poetry book of these, they are very human and touching.

Soaring_Soul: I'll do the same thing I did with your haikus for your poems and list them by chapter. I Am More - That was so deep and beautiful. You really brought out strong emotions in this piece, it made me smile while almost wanting to cry! A Part of Me - Very emotional, you can easily see the feeling in t...

Medley_Cafe: I love this poem,there's nothing left to say!Nothing more than wordsthat can not be expressed!A simple thought, an emotion stirredand I'm moved to knowthat the art lives on!Hope you don't mind me smacking together a small something of my own to express in some ways hoe much I loved this, I find v...

Barbara Ivusic: I really loved this poem. Perfect use of imagery to outline the digital age. I loved the image of the olive branch and how it is posted for all to see but no one can touch it. Everything you describe is so true that it has become common knowledge yet no one acknowledges it anymore. I look forward...

CalvinPeat: This is a great concept, and you've done a largely excellent job of capturing the voice of Mal.You convey Mal's inner struggle well. Perhaps, though, you could reflect the hope in verses 13-17 of Psalm 90 a bit more. A suggestion: in the current version, Mal seems to be losing hope in the idea of...

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