The Book Of Terrible Rhymes

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Summary

It's a bad book of rhymes, I hope I've wasted your time. On reading my horrible rhymes.

Genre:
Poetry
Author:
Caylie Hart
Status:
Complete
Chapters:
6
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

Chapter 1

I am the greatest.

I am the best.

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

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Fabia Scali-Warner: Wow. This works reminds me of Allen Ginsberg, and at times even Prevert. The arching storyline is interesting, but I loved the care given to every verse. What a gem!

Galli: i really like this book i’ve just started and it’s pretty good

faithhooper2005: This author and stories relate to me in a lot of ways. I love poetry so I love this book. But I mainly love it because it's real not fake.

Ayesha: I am speechless its as if someone shatterred my heart and glued it back all at once .I'm a crying mess but worth it loved it just yeah😍

ᴄᴏꜰꜰᴇᴇ ʙᴇᴀɴᴢ: The poems are short, they describe everyday actions that most people, in one way or another must have experienced in life. A text left on seen, a love unrequited, losing hope, pushing through. Beautiful messages we all can relate to. Amazing! Keep writing because you're doing great!

Family808 : Everybody else may think this dosen't make any but they can't read the beautiful words in this poem

jsparrer: Very good.⚓♥️☠️

Nayana : I love the poems written in the book. Each poem is unique and emotional. The imagery of the poems caught my attention. I love the comparisons made. Would highly recommend everyone to read it.

Tanushree: I like the story not assumed that this is the end.

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