Poetry challenge: Monorhyme.

by Harry

A Monorhyme is a poem in which all the lines have the same end rhyme.

You can have 5, 10, 15 lines etc.

Example below

Night Storm

It came in a winter’s night,
a fierce cold with quite a bite.
Frosted wind with all its might
sent ice and snow an invite
to layer earth in pure white
and glisten with morning light.

Copyright Β© 2005 Marie Summers

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Charles

Venkat

Venkat

TJTherien

Mishunderstood

Harry

Venkat

Venkat

Paul

Harry

Joel

Lviswa

Diana

Lenanoid

Lenanoid

Morgan

Bastet

Rana

Caddo

Christine

10 Responses to “Poetry challenge: Monorhyme.”

  1. Good one Harry. Thinking cap on 😊

  2. Nice–maybe I’ll try it.

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