Category Archives: Rhyming Poetry

Poem by Robert Mucci

Memorial Day Every year in the month of May We celebrate Memorial Day, Honoring all those who’ve  fallen: Husbands, Fathers, Mothers, Daughters, Sons and Wives, All of whom heard freedom’s cries All of whom heard freedom calling, and Answered bravely … Continue reading

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Poem by Robert Mucci

Jumping Jeremy Jericho by Robert Mucci   Jumping Jeremy Jericho Rode his horse a gray calico Down through the glen To the very end For that’s as far as his horse would go.     No finer horse was he … Continue reading

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About Rhymesters

Where Have All the Rhymesters Gone?   by Curt Vevang     Poets were loved in olden days but now their form has many foes. And while it’s true, a few remain,   it’s only those who can’t write prose.   … Continue reading

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Award-Winning Writer Delights Others With Her Rhyming Poems

I’ve always admired people who can write good poems that rhyme. My attempts at rhyming have been juvenile. About a couple of years ago, I met Lorraine Brown through a poetry critique group, and I was very impressed to see … Continue reading

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