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Am aspiring published rhyming poetry author. Have wrote many typical/perfect rhyming poems. In this endeavor found not much of this type poetry exists; thus, this site was born. Have published, "The Rhyme It Out Project: Why Not Rhymes Part One & Part Two” in my endeavor to promote rhyming poetry. More about this endeavor under that page’s title and can view some poetry there; as well. Currently am working on "My Form Created-Rhyme It Out!", where I created my own form; which you can see more details under that page. Learn more about me under the “About Me” page. Those whose wish to contact me can do so via the contact form at bottom of site or in response to post and can follow via "Follow By Email" Link. My email is whynotrhymes@gmail.com. Am a rhyming poet that really likes writing rhyming poems and hopes this site encourages others to join me in this rhyming poetry endeavor. Rhyme On!

The Rhyme It Out Project Part Two

The Rhyme It Out Project! Why Not Rhymes Part 2
RHYMING POEMS about Rhyming Poems 


This is the second part of The Rhyme It Out! project where different forms are used than in the previous listed forms. Same concept of being rhyming poems about poems/rhyming poems. Currently this Part Two is copywrite in paperback form to be in ebook form in the future. 


Had a blast and learned a great deal! Rhyme On!!



The Rhyme It Out Project-Part Two

A-Z list
A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,V,Z



"A" Acrostic Poetry
Acrostic is easy and fun. It simply is the spelling out of word(s) on the left hand side of the poem in the first letter of each sentence.

Rhyming Poems Fate

Reading and writing rhyming poems is great
Having an education isn't needed
Your mind is already given this trait
Making grow what's been seeded
In your thoughts becoming its fate
Now producing where and when needed
Gathering thoughts that relate
Poems of rhyme; thus, is seeded
Opening the mind's door that await
Elevating one's thoughts exceeded
Managing to make it straight
Showing rhyming importance as preceded
Following minds growth as it dictate
Altering one's thoughts it succeeded
Toward rhyming poems intended fate
Encouraging thoughts where seeded
   ©Doris Elaine




"G" Gwawdolynn Poetic Forms
Gwawdolynn poems are a poetic Welsh form. They are 4 lines per stanzas; no rule on how many stanzas. There are two versions as follows:

(x=syllables, a=rhyme and b=rhyme)


Version 1-rhyme pattern         Version 2-rhyme pattern

1-xxxxxxxxa                                1-xxxxxxxxa
2-xxxxxxxxa                               2-xxxxxxxxa
3-xxxxbxxxxb                            3-xxxxbxxxxa
4-xxxxxxxxa                               4-xxxxbxxxa

I chose 3 stanzas with version 1 being one and three stanza and version 2 is second stanza. 


The Version, I Choose...

Syllables important when it rhymes

Stanzas be four lines long where it chimes
This is line three internal rhyme the key
To making this form syllables as primes

Writing two versions one tries at times

With this one more stanza where it slims
In making syllables its paradigms
I stuck with principles as it rhymes

Now have found version one, my way chimes

New to this syllables form of primes
I do prefer version one to occur
In making this form syllables as rhymes
   ©Doris Elaine


"L" Lai: Poetic Forms
The Lai form is French. A 9-line poem with an "a" "b" rhyme scheme as "aabaabaab.
a=5 syllables b=2 syllables

This Form; Rhyme I knew

This form easy to rhyme
Where it does make chime
And too,
Syllables are prime
In making it rhyme
This through.
Easy to rhyme this time
Where the form did chime
I knew. 
   ©Doris Elaine



"P" Paradell Forms
The Paradell poetry form is a repeating structured form. It's rules are as follows:
  • 4 stanza's
  • 6 lines each stanza
  • Stanza's 1-3, lines one and two are the same and 3 and 4 are the same; then lines five and six consist of ALL the words and ONLY ALL the words in line 1-4. 
  • Stanza 4 (final stanza) ALL the words and ONLY ALL the words from line five and six of stanzas 1-3. 
I will admit this one gave me a tremendous challenge to where had to incorporate some almost rhyme; still did my best. This form is no Joke!

Sentence Repeat Rhyming

This form shows possible rhyming due it's preferences
This form shows possible rhyming due it's preferences
For hard to rhyme repeating sentences in it's timing
For hard to rhyme repeating sentences in it's timing
This form hard due to timing in it's rhyming
For repeating preferences shows possible it's sentences

Some repeating sentences had almost rhyme in chiming
Some repeating sentences had almost rhyme in chiming
As it's priming this had to be it's premises
As it's priming this had to be it's premises
Some it's premises had to be in rhyming
As repeating priming had this rhyme its sentences

Hoping the timing not as to be repeatances
Hoping the timing not as to be repeatances
In this form sentences giving structure of rhyming
In this form sentences giving structure of rhyming
Hoping the structure to be it's of rhyming 
In  giving repeatances, not timing this form as sentences

This form hard due to timing in it's rhyming
For repeating preferences shows possible it's sentences
Some it's premises had to be in rhyming
As repeating priming had this rhyme its sentences
Hoping the structure to be it's of rhyming 
In  giving repeatances, not timing this form as sentences
   ©Doris Elaine



"S" Shadorma Poetic Form
The Shadorma is a Spanish poem, syllabic in form being a 3/5/3/3/7/5 structure. It is 6 lines long. Multiple Shadormas or Shadormae can be linked in this form. 


Syllabic Rhyme

Syllables
This Spanish form shines
lyrical
principals
That make this form rhyme like this
The syllables defines

Principles
The syllables assigns
limitless
diligence
Making rhyme this poem like this
Syllabic rhyme shines
   ©Doris Elaine



“V” Villanelle
The villanelle is French form, like most other French poems, incorporates a strict rhyme scheme and repetition. The villanelle is a quadratic poem that is five tercets consisting of line lengths of 8-10 syllables. The first and third lines of the first stanza become refrains that repeat throughout the poem. This form was in part one of this rhyming project; however, cannot fine another “V” form. So here again this form.
Here is how it should look:
A (1)
b
A (2)

a
b
A(1)

a
b
A (2)

a
b
A (1)

a
b
A (2)

a
b
A (1)

A (2)


Villanelle Again


For here I perform this form once again
A form I’ve become very familiar with
From repetitive, easy to attain

Now I rhyme this form with no strain
It’s as common to me as the name Smith
For here I perform this form once again

No need to greatly rack my brain
It’s structure easy rhyming herewith
Form repetitive, easy to attain

My name even rhymes being Elaine
Awesome this chance, I jumped forthwith
For here I perform this form one again

Its lines being syllables eight to ten
Found easy, no need to be a wordsmith
Form repetitive, easy to attain

Rhyming being a familiar domain
In this endeavor there’s no myth
For here I perform this form once again
From repetitive, easy to attain
    ©Doris Elaine


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