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  • BobGrantKC
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    RhymeZone Forums was extremely important to me. When I joined the site – in April 2016 – I was truly humbled that so much talent would accept a Simple Rhymer. However, a few months ago I decided to pull away due to – what I felt – was an abundance of SPAM postings and comments.

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  • KarenAllanoo9
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    I like this! Thank you for sharing.

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  • Namyh
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    Namyh - I thank so many of you for finding a place in your heart for this "Heart to Heart" poem. Special shout out to you JPTurner for your poem. Loved it. Namyh

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  • David I, Fox
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    Namyyh,
    I love this! Thanks for posting this!
    ~David I, Fox

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  • RuskinF
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    Thanks.The post is beautiful

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  • John P. Turner
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    Very cool, Namyh.


    Born to Live and Die


    We’re born some time to live—then die;
    Each of us asks: why?
    For life seems as a draining sieve—
    Done when it runs dry.

    We’re born to be our best—or try;
    To laugh and sometimes cry;
    To learn our love will soon forgive
    The moment passing by;

    We’re born to revel at the sky—
    And beauty to our eye—
    Not to gather up and hold
    As much as we can buy;

    For, born to live a time, then die—
    What effort stands most high?
    Can it be to hoard up gold,
    Defy, deny and lie?

    No, born some time to live—then die;
    Ask yourself just why.
    As much as you can gain to give
    There, the answer lies.

    JPT3

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  • Rhymeboy
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    Hey Namyh!!!!!!! Great piece! I appreciate the Egyptology lesson in the poetry. Excellent!! I;ve been a away a while I know. I'm glad to see you're still writing!!!!!

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  • Namyh
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    Thanks Jede for enjoying this one. Namyh

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  • Namyh
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    DavidB - I try to write with clarity and I'm so glad you stopped in to sample some of it. Happy you enjoyed DB. Namyh

    Richard - Makes a poet mighty proud to 'warm the heart' of a fellow poet with this work. Thanks Richard. Namyh
    Last edited by Namyh; 07-20-2019, 03:48 PM.

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  • Richard1963
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    Heartwarming...I'm in tears. Reminds me of a experience I had a few years ago...just hard to describe in words. Thank you.
    Last edited by RhymeLovingWriter; 06-22-2020, 11:48 AM. Reason: Removed promo link.

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  • Davidbilla
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    your poem is awesome so realistic.i'm also interested to read and write poems. If you are composing a poem because you want to gain a feeling that you experienced, then you don’t need these tips. Just record whatever seems right. Only you felt the feeling that you need to show, so only you will know whether your poem captures. Before you begin, ask yourself what you need your poem to “take.” Do you want your poem to search for personal action, protest social injustice, describe the beauty of creation, or play with style in a certain way? Once you know the end of your poem, you can submit your writing to that goal. Take each main factor in your poem and make it serve the main goal of the poem. is a great poem that gives mind freshness to everyone.
    Last edited by RhymeLovingWriter; 06-22-2020, 11:47 AM. Reason: Removed spam link.

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  • Namyh
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    RhymeLovingWriter - The average heart weighs about 10 to 12 ounces. An immoral life increases its weight. A disrespect of others makes it heavier and a disregard for self adds tonnage. The Feather of Truth, which cannot be lied to, would detect the increase and there would be nothing you can do but accept the Fate you failed to change when you had the chance to live the golden rule and keep some poetry in your soul to lighten your heart. Mighty proud the message got through and I'll be adding your words at my heart's weigh in too. Kinda brightens the day when there's an RLW in it. Namyh

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  • Namyh
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    Bobby Del Boy - Being judged may be a certainty we all face regardless of creeds, beliefs or religious upbringings. I guess it's never too late to change your Life. But if you wake up and hear someone say "Step Forward", it just might be. When it's time for my heart to be weighed, I would request that your wonderful words and those 10,000 likes be added to my side, which might be just sufficient enough to tip the scale in my favor and prevent a fate worst than death. Hallelujah! I'm feeling better already. LOL. Thanks BDB.................in advance! Namyh

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Nicely crafted Namyh ...and such a beautiful message too!

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  • Bobby Del Boy
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    A good hearted soul conjured a beautifully crafted poem with a life affirming message.
    10, 000 likes! ❤️

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