Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Blogging from A to Z Challenge: M

 is for Monorhyme poems.

Cousin Claire cut her hair.
Doesn't care head is bare.
Kids just stare, not aware
Cousin Claire took a dare.
It's unfair we weren't there
helping care for Claire's hair.
Don't despair, say a prayer.
We'll ensnare camel's hair,
then repair Cousin Claire.

Try your hand at writing a monorhyme poem.


  1. What fun! I love to write children's stories in rhyme. But I've never written one in monorhyme. Thanks for sharing. Your blog says you're a pre-published author of children's literature. You should check out some of the workshops we have for children's writers at The National Writing for Children Center - http://www.writingforchildrencenter.com.

    Happy writing!