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A Full Rhyme
by Mukesh Williams
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A full rhyme finds an emotion
A condition worthy for rendition
It makes the sublime chime.
 
A rhyme is a belief
That the world works
In some linguistic unity.
 
It is a striving to reveal
The architectural identity
Of the human condition.
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July 17, 2010
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Comment You exemplify a belief of modern narrative, i.e., unity, in a rhyme. People like a unity but not chaos. They do not like to hold a mask but to reveal a hiden being which Plato started.

Daigaku Murata
07/22/2010 11:34 AM




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