Marty Rollin

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

To Rhyme Is To Be Sublime - Poem by Marty Rollin

"Every time I write a poem,
I make sure I take my time--
To get my thoughts together,
So my poem will have reason and rhyme."

"I feel my poem's unfinished,
And it isn't worth a dime--
If the last word of each stanza,
Doesn't rhyme with time or dime."

"A poet has many mountains to climb,
It'll be easy if their poems will end in a rhyme."

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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