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Saturday, September 9, 2017

Rhymers Never

Though eventually everyone loses out to time
It is true that rhymers never run out of rhyme
Until the Life's Reaper comes reaping their way
The rhymers rhyme on until their last night and day
There are rhymers in every village and city and town
And most of them strangers to literary renown
In the twenty first century in literature not to the fore
They rhyme for enjoyment and little else more
At poetry readings rhymers are so few
That they are on the outer is not saying anything new
The majority of rhymers to many are not known
And never said of them in a class of their own
Their sort were famous in a long gone time
But there will always be rhymers for to keep alive rhyme.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: rhyme
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