When Rhyming

When ever you're rhyming
Retain the flow.

Whether your timing
Is at speed or is slow.

Carry the meaning
As this adds to the fusion.

And rhyme with your feelings
To crate an illusion.

Practice precision
Without breaking the form.

But hold to your vision
Of breaking the norm.

Write about truth
And leave off the fiction.

And bringing your proof
Will develop your diction.

So you must keep the fusion
The form and flow.

This is what you should use
And every poet should know.

by Michael Hylton

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Comments (1)

i see you have maintained a good flow and rhyme structure as your poem suggests. well done