Stories tagged “RHYMES”

  • The Smell: A Seussical Tale

    It was a calm, quiet night in the town of Wicker Bell, when in the air, there wafted a smell. Not like a flower, no, not your average kind, Much rather, a smell quite a bit harder to find. The witch of Wicker was working away on a new potion, one which...

  • Sonnet for the Moment

    Vulcan raged in the Vikings’ realm to grasp at Thor’s almighty bolt. The lava formed a fiery gem, to lay before the gods at court. The ash rose like a billowed stair on which to climb a threatened sky. It tainted even Berenice’s Hair ...


    When no metaphor can replay that moment, and you beg your lonely brain for words, when entangled thoughts remain riddled, hidden by a fog of flightless birds, then the memory is so unclear, and so well hidden that you feel yet cannot remember it. But...

    • Author: Joshi G.
    • Posted about 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Quick Associations (Slant Rhymes: lines 1&4, 2&5, 3&6, 4&7)

    Defunct Archaic Slumped Punked Mosaic Verklempt; stumped Debunked

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Ficly

    Ficly. Ficly Ficly Ficly. Don’t Ficly sickly, Ficly quickly! Ficly.

  • Another False Spring

    The wind whipped around the bend today, though it seldom does, and took a trip right back to me, and carried me to where I was. I planted my roots and grew beneath the shaded glen, and I hid myself away from all the garden men. They had their tools, th...

    • Author: Ariah Oak
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
  • Until Curtain Call (Poem)

    Arms wide, I reached for you— would we embrace, or not? Eyes turned, delivering my cue— few fish like to be caught. Naught have I that gleams or snares, my lures are made of dreams and thought. I freed you from your cares with cheerful laughter and...

    • Author: Robert Quick
    • Posted almost 6 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5