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by Norman
Rated: E · Poetry · Children's · #2179622
A rhyme or two; it's what I do
I heard that it’s passé
to rhyme your poems today.
But what else can I say?
They just come out that way.

Don’t tell me it’s a crime
to come up with a rhyme.
Now that I’m in my prime,
it happens all the time.

I may not have a clue
then right out of the blue
I’ll think of one or two
and soon I have a few.

That’s when I see the light
and I will start to write.
I’ll toil day and night
until I have it right.

No Dr. Seuss am I,
On that I wouldn’t lie.
All I can do is try.
And now I’ll say goodbye.

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