What Is A Rhyme? - Poem by Kurt Kacich
What exactly is a rhyme?
Is it similar sounding consonants in correlating lines?
Or is it beauty spoken in flawless words at different times?
I’ve thought about this dilemma before,
I looked deep inside the vocabulary of language and wondered more,
I’ve come to the conclusion past the mental gymnastics of words in galore,
The ways rhymes are placed together is piecing a never ending puzzle,
The physics of rhymes remain unsolvable insides thoughts in ruddle,
But like a drug it enhances the altered mind of writing,
It’s the advanced style of sonnets of similar sounds uniting,
It also brings words spoken out loud highlighted in lighting,
The similar sounding words written on paper continue gracefully gliding.
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