About Author & Site's Mission

Welcome to all poetry lovers and thank you for dropping by.

Mission:  To express the art and importance of  of Rhyming Poems. 

Doris Elaine is an aspiring published author; born and raised in Georgia, United States. Has an education of Double B.A. half a master’s acquired late in life in 2012. A single mom of six-raised four-all grown and living in Georgia. Is an introvert that found poetry an outlet for expression. Over the past few years Doris Elaine has wrote many typical/perfect rhyming poems. Fact is, she has learned there's not much of a market for these type poems; thus, the purpose for this blog. Hope is to change market view in demonstrating that even rhyming poems can attract an audience. She has gone through the different forms of poems from A to V, that is known of, and have posted some here under Rhyme It Out! part 1 tab.  The eBook "Rhyme It Out! A-V Rhyming Forms: Why Not Rhymes"  is found on Amazon. Continuing to pursue the importance of rhyming with "Rhyme It Out! Part 2-Why Not Rhymes.

She additionally has a two book collection called Social Media Musings, "Social I, Not & Not I, But I Am" sold on Amazon that expresses a couple of challenging experiences she had on Social Media. She is working on third book in reference to her Social Media Collection experience you can find at her blog www.redemptiverhymes.com. or www.redemptiverhymes.infoYou may notice, no last name. Reason being, current last name is ex-married last name; which, she has not been for decades. And, maiden name she has not been since an older teen. Thus, simply Doris Elaine. A Christian that loves the Lord and hopes to express this Love in encouraging others through poetry. 

"The Lord is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation; He is my God, and I will praise Him; My father's God, and I will exalt Him". (Exodus 15: 2-NKJV).

Doris Elaine is a member of Realistic Poetry International & Special Featured in their Magazine  "The Valiant"    www.realisticpoetry.com

Book Covers have been updated since appearance in "The Valiant" magazine, Published June, 2019. 


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