The Fairest
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ShawtyRhymesSugar and spice and stuff
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Testing a new rhyme scheme!

The Fairest

by ShawtyRhymes

Her ebony locks cascaded Gently down her shoulders Weaved in with dandelions And mallows lightly shaded

Her mauve eyes glittered As the morning sun kissed Her snowy white skin As she playfully frittered

And on the lush grass she lay The silver spider silk and The emerald moss round her Draped in the gold of sun-ray

But everyday she admired The view of the changing blue sky Longingly she stared for hours Never growing bored or tired

She never knew what could Be more beautiful So they envied her grace But she never understood

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bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
The rhyme scheme worked for me. The poem itself and its message were a symphony of the English language. Great poem!