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Something Beautiful

   Something Beautiful   I've learned to this indisputable  As no one else can do it like You can Turn broken into something beautiful Making that broken to self suitable  Finishing that within where it began I've learned to this indisputable  Turning inside out to approvable In showing Your glory as You than Turn broken into something beautiful As one allows You to sew together The pieces that shattered deep within One's transformation new altogether A portrait of spiritual growth wherein You replace one's damaged soul anew As You bestow Your love to one therein Then one learns a love once never knew I've learned to this it's indisputable As love did blossom giving a breakthrough Turning broke into something beautiful                      ©Doris Elaine

Two Poems from "The Rhyme It Out Project!- Part One"

Guy, These two poems, from The Rhyme It Out Project!-Part One , were two that gave me a slight challenge, but then turned out to be fun; as well. Hope I did them justice.  “N” Noet – “Fun Time Rhyme”     “N’ Noet The noet is another very simple to understand form. It is a nine-line poem that starts at line one with nine syllables and decreases a number in syllables with each line; so by the time line nine is formed it is one syllable word.       Fun Time Rhyme   This form a fun challenge to make rhyme Only hoping that it’s not near miss Giving thought to allow time Making it rhyme like this Hoping to be prime Not hit and miss Had fun time In this Rhyme “T” Tricube  – “Three-by-Three Rhyme”           “T” Tricube The tricube is a simple quadratic form of a mathematical poem. Here are the guidelines: Each line contains three syllables Each stanza contains three lines Each poem contains three stanzas   Three-by-Three Rhyme Three by three Where it rhymes This po