The Rhyme It Out Project! & My Form Created


The Rhyme It Out Project!    
RHYMING POEMS about Rhyming Poems & My Form Created - Tervillazanelle



 The Rhyme It Out Project! is a project started in January 2019 and Why Not Rhymes was the then name of website/blog. It is the objective to draw an audience to the art of rhyming poems by displaying the different forms of poetry in poems that rhyme and are about poems and/or rhyming poems. Hope is in redeeming the art of Rhyming Poems. Below you will see a few poems of the Part 1  & Part Two poems that are now in eBook and paper back found on Amazon. The final Chapter of The Rhyme It Out Project "My Form Created" is now in paperback. Details below. 

Final Chapter Published
My Form Created
"Tervillazanelle"

 ©Doris Elaine


My Form Created. This poem book consist of a rhyming poem form I created by critiquing two poem forms to create a form of my own. Have combined Villanelle (Five tercets, and an ending quatrain, 8-10 syllables per line, and refrains) and Terzanelle (19 line tercets in iambic meter-sometimes, ending quatrain, and refrains) as my created rhyming rules.  Subject matter starts out random then transitions to Christian living. You will see “Thoughts” at time of creation under poem; other than with initial introduction poem.  Happy Rhyming and God Bless!

Explanation of  form created and rules:
Have combined Villanelle (Five tercets, and One quatrain, and 8-10 syllables per line, and refrains) and Terzanelle (19 line tercets in iambic meter-sometimes, Five tercets, and One quatrain, and refrains). Rhyme pattern of both these and "My Created Form" Tervillazanelle as follows: 



Villanelle



A (1)

B

A (2)


a

b

A (1)


a

b

A (2)


a

b

A (1)


a

b

A (2)


a

b

A (1)

A (2)



Terzanelle



A (1)

B

A (2)


b

C

B


c

D

C


d

E

D


e

F

E


f

A (1)

F

A (2)


My Form

Tervillazanelle


Breaking The Guidelines


A (1)- Here a created form of rules that combines

B - Two similar in structure I write

A (2)- As a poet that's breaking the guidelines


a - Both having same amount of lines

b - Making this challenge good despite

A(1)- Here a created form of rules that combines


a- Keeping in mind the lines as defines

b- Both forms in creating my form right

A (2)- As a poet that's breaking the guidelines


C- Now I move onto breaking the rhyme scheme

D- Combining the two structures together

c- Where to this, this section I redeem


d- In making this created form pull altogether

E- Stuck to the syllables of one form

D- Keeping iambic meter of the other


e- To me poetry doesn't need to conform

A (1)- Here a created form of rules that combines

E- Structure of two allowing to perform

A (2)- As a poet that's breaking the guidelines

                 ©Doris Elaine



My FormTervillazanelle combines the guidelines of five tercets in 15 lines and a final 4-line quatrain with refrains as with both the Villanelle and the Terzanelle; making a 19 line poem. The iambic meter of the Terzanelle is somewhat  present, syllables of 8-10 of the Villanelle are present, and the rhyme pattern of both the Villanelle and the Terzanelle are combined to create the rhyme pattern of My Form, Tervillazanelle.


My Form Created, Tervillazanelle-Poems' List

Breaking The Guidelines

To Each Their Own
Better on The Other Side
All Deserving Respect
Practice Makes Perfect
A Choice, Not A Luxury
The Way It Was
A True Friend Doesn't Give Up
You Don't Get Over, You Just Get On
Already Lost It!
Generational Misconception
It's Not My Place
Moving To Make A Fresh Start
It Only Takes One
Missing What You Never Found
Attitude People, Really?
Disorganization Crazy
Judgmental & Narrow Minded, Not
Personality Clash
Someone To Stay
Apologize for Being Broken
After All, I Still Believe
That is Life!
My Constant
Strength Under Control
Did Not Know I Wasn't Showing
Different Hard-Easy
Old Fashioned: And!
Actively Waiting
The World's Place in You
I May Not Be
Can't Change Myself
    The Difference - Double Tervillazanelle
Not So Much About Mine
I Ask The Lord For....
We Choose Him In Devotion
What Happened To....
Temptation is not Sin
    Two Poems Meaning One Thought
    If You Never, You Would Never Know
    Thanks For The Lesson!
Ruled by Heaven or by Man's Will
Chosen Heaven
Being Lost is Close to Being Found
Submerged and Washed Away
If Easy, It Wouldn't Mean Much
Understanding Why Your Here
Beyond A Reasonable Doubt
Life's War Wager
Be Still and Know
I'm Still Here
Coming Alive in a Better Way
The Hardest Thing
Rough as a Rock
I Ask The Lord For....No. 2
Risky Business
Soul Rewards
Shinning in Boldness
My Way Back Home
A Hymn of Praise
Giving Life
Standing by His Word
This is for You
Thank You



The Rhyme It Out Project

For more info on Part 1 click here or Part 2 click here 

Or Click on book picture to see on Amazon


                                                                                        



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