Is there a way to add an extra dimension to this rhyme?
that’s one of the questions I ponder on from time to time.
Something simple that doesn’t need a lot of extra thought
a way to add a second layer, a hidden meaning of sorts.
Now what should I do? Which trick is best?
Anagrams can work but they’re too tough and a test.
Could I author a lipogram similar to Gadsby?
Roll a dice or flip a coin on doing aleatory?
Obviously you’d dodge English shiritori.
Start a http//asti-aibohphobia? It’s apt that. Rats,
too difficult to rhyme while doing that.
In the end all those things are just too hard for me
Could there be something easier? Look left and see.

7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. lovethebadguy
    Jun 29, 2011 @ 12:54:19

    Haha, that’s neat.

    Look up Gwen Harwood and her contributions to the Bulletin. 😉


  2. renxkyoko
    Jun 30, 2011 @ 13:20:06

    You can write just about anything and rhyme it. That’s what you do best. It;s a gift. You can even share what you’ve learned in medical school. That would be interesting.


  3. renxkyoko
    Jul 05, 2011 @ 14:55:43

    Uhm, I’m just curious……. can you make your words rhyme in a normal conversation?


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