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Rhyming poetry to change your day!: Poetry that you can really relate to (Rhyming poetry by Philip Lister Book 1)

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An invigorative, joyous journey about life and all of its glorious pitfalls. Lose yourself and explore imaginative humoristic musings. The discovery of adolescence, first love and exploration of oneself. Hope of a new beginning, of change and always having hunger for more. Rhyming Poetry To Change Your Day. The first in the collection of rhyming poetry by Philip Lister. P An invigorative, joyous journey about life and all of its glorious pitfalls. Lose yourself and explore imaginative humoristic musings. The discovery of adolescence, first love and exploration of oneself. Hope of a new beginning, of change and always having hunger for more. Rhyming Poetry To Change Your Day. The first in the collection of rhyming poetry by Philip Lister. Please do come in, watch your step, it is a long way down.


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An invigorative, joyous journey about life and all of its glorious pitfalls. Lose yourself and explore imaginative humoristic musings. The discovery of adolescence, first love and exploration of oneself. Hope of a new beginning, of change and always having hunger for more. Rhyming Poetry To Change Your Day. The first in the collection of rhyming poetry by Philip Lister. P An invigorative, joyous journey about life and all of its glorious pitfalls. Lose yourself and explore imaginative humoristic musings. The discovery of adolescence, first love and exploration of oneself. Hope of a new beginning, of change and always having hunger for more. Rhyming Poetry To Change Your Day. The first in the collection of rhyming poetry by Philip Lister. Please do come in, watch your step, it is a long way down.

30 review for Rhyming poetry to change your day!: Poetry that you can really relate to (Rhyming poetry by Philip Lister Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda Knowles

    Different Deep, dark, light, and thought-provoking. Many I related to especially the ones about my bosses. Informative into the author's life Different Deep, dark, light, and thought-provoking. Many I related to especially the ones about my bosses. Informative into the author's life

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aurélien Thomas

    Once upon a time This man he had to rhyme He was a rather grumpy guy And he did not like to lie -'Discover me' A collection embracing a wide array of topics, addressed through different genres (serious, moving or downright funny) and in various forms -even haiku and tanka. The only thread being that all the poems here are rhyming. Some readers will salute such diversity, others may find the author tried and chewed too much... Up to you! Some of his love poems are quite nice ('Lusting for you', 'The Once upon a time This man he had to rhyme He was a rather grumpy guy And he did not like to lie -'Discover me' A collection embracing a wide array of topics, addressed through different genres (serious, moving or downright funny) and in various forms -even haiku and tanka. The only thread being that all the poems here are rhyming. Some readers will salute such diversity, others may find the author tried and chewed too much... Up to you! Some of his love poems are quite nice ('Lusting for you', 'The half that completes me', 'Where are you?'). His dealings with sensitive issues (bullying especially) are sensible. What I particularly enjoyed is his wry and biting sense of humour -his best texts for me being the funny ones as, most read like cheeky nursery rhymes for grown ups ('My boss I hate you', 'Road rage', 'Morning coffee'). In a word, it all read like a diary where words jump off the pages. It might not change your day (!), but it will be good enough to spend idle hours.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kimelene Carr

    Rhyming poetry to change your day! is a delightful collection of heartfelt, sensual, nostalgic and beautiful expressions. Readers can easily relate to these poems as the collection touches on a range of topics: depression, love, life, romance and even current affairs. I have always enjoyed poetry that rhymes... it is fun and refreshingly lighthearted as this collection was... truly 'rhyming poetry to change your day!' Rhyming poetry to change your day! is a delightful collection of heartfelt, sensual, nostalgic and beautiful expressions. Readers can easily relate to these poems as the collection touches on a range of topics: depression, love, life, romance and even current affairs. I have always enjoyed poetry that rhymes... it is fun and refreshingly lighthearted as this collection was... truly 'rhyming poetry to change your day!'

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    2.5

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bianca

    Ich wünschte ich hätte dieses Poetry-Buch nicht gelesen. Not good for me!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Diane Wachter

    Poetry That You Can Really Relate To, EBk-M, Kindle, @ ? (could not find a copyright date on the book itself, nor on Goodreads), read 11/10/20. Nonfiction, Poetry. My bad, I guess I didn't realize that "To Change Your Day" meant to take you from a mediocre mood to a very black mood. Was looking for some uplifting inspiration during the CoVid Pandemic, and the 2020 Election mess, and civil upheaval. Did NOT find it! I wouldn't give it any stars at all, except I must to show that I read it. For me Poetry That You Can Really Relate To, EBk-M, Kindle, @ ? (could not find a copyright date on the book itself, nor on Goodreads), read 11/10/20. Nonfiction, Poetry. My bad, I guess I didn't realize that "To Change Your Day" meant to take you from a mediocre mood to a very black mood. Was looking for some uplifting inspiration during the CoVid Pandemic, and the 2020 Election mess, and civil upheaval. Did NOT find it! I wouldn't give it any stars at all, except I must to show that I read it. For me, a half ☆ at best, did not like it at all.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Odette Surles

    Sounds like poems I wrote in my younger days .I was full of despair . I felt a connection to the author. If things aren't better now, they will be .😉 I would recommend this book to others who have survived this pain, so they would feel less alone and more normal . Sounds like poems I wrote in my younger days .I was full of despair . I felt a connection to the author. If things aren't better now, they will be .😉 I would recommend this book to others who have survived this pain, so they would feel less alone and more normal .

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lovingbooks1

    Not loving it I did like it but I didn’t love it! Some of it spoke to me and some was rubbish for me. I think it was the writing style and the way words didn’t fit for me. I know it’s all about different tastes and this was so so for me. 3 stars

  9. 4 out of 5

    Maryann Gestwicki

    Lots of rhyming. Some poems I can relate to. Poems that I liked: Life has turned to f**K, Tiresome life, Despise the unknown, Karma, You can do it, Road Rage, Lusting for you, Forbidden, Whispers, A fulfilling massage, Show no refrain.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bashantey

    Good poem book I like reading a book of poems and there was different types of poems to read and they were short

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Beyer

    random rhyming poems.....you may come across one that you can relate to........or not....fun little poems that you can enjoy. very quick easy read

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chad Sexton

    Excellent Great poems!! I certainly enjoyed them! I want to read more! Very talented indeed!! Certainly recommend!! And I will read more

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Deeley

    Some good poems and addressing a wide range of topics and emotions, some were quite dark and others were funny. Some of the rhyming felt forced.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Darrick Williams

    I like the topic in this book and the emotions that the poet portrays, however, what pulled me out of his verses was the rhyming style. It’s a difficult skill to rhyme from one verse to the very next. If a reader Is engrossed into a poem and a word feels forced in its place, it’s the equivalent as if a person slams a book on the floor to break your concentration. I feel if the poet had given this collection three to six more months to sit and came back to it, it would‘ve come together more for m I like the topic in this book and the emotions that the poet portrays, however, what pulled me out of his verses was the rhyming style. It’s a difficult skill to rhyme from one verse to the very next. If a reader Is engrossed into a poem and a word feels forced in its place, it’s the equivalent as if a person slams a book on the floor to break your concentration. I feel if the poet had given this collection three to six more months to sit and came back to it, it would‘ve come together more for me. With that being said, I was able to read this collection without focusing or the rhyming style and give my focus and understanding to what the poet was trying to portray with his words.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amrita Jheeta

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ingrid M. Susi

  17. 5 out of 5

    natalia cano

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lokesh Sharma (Loky Freedom)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Fatii

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lara Poropat

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lea

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Cox

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Johnson

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tajá Brown

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ron Sternin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Cunningham

  28. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Pratt

  30. 4 out of 5

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