Download Quaker's Thoughts in Rhyme fb2
by Michael Brown
Pages: 34 pages
Publisher: The Ellerton Press (February 1998)
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15 One-Syllable Rhymes of Thought. 12 Two-Syllable Rhymes of Thought. 10 Three-Syllable Rhymes of Thought.
Thoughts Lyrics: Thoughts, they are like restless beasts in my head, Time, it. .Thoughts, are creeping in with arms of silence Time, will make me drown here on my island When pressure's rising like a wave of open scars.
Thoughts Lyrics: Thoughts, they are like restless beasts in my head, Time, it slowly kills me in my cold bed, And turns my faith into a dark and open doubt, I am running into the fire, Tonight. I am running into the fire Tonight this war is easily lost 'Cause I can't cut these wires And sparks will turn into A fire, a fire I am running into the fire.
23 One-Syllable Rhymes of Thoughts. 37 Two-Syllable Rhymes of Thoughts. 14 Three-Syllable Rhymes of Thoughts.
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