Longest Rhyming Poem About Library Materials


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Ghods City, Iran / May 5, 2012

Amir Kalhor wrote a poem containing 65 rhymes about library materials at Bagherol Oloom Public Library.

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- poem must rhyme


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  • Iran amir kalhor

    hi this poem is rhyming persyan poem

  • Iran amir kalhor

    sorry my poem not emaill

  • Philippines MaAnn P.

    Amir. Great job! Do you have an English translation of your poem? Would be interested to read it.

  • The Internet cam martinez

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  • Canada Dan Rollman

    TFML: Please email the poem to Jennifer URDB dot org. She'll add it to the blurb.

  • United States Thomas Ford Memorial Library

    Huh, looks like the line breaks didn't come through... sorry. Any ideas how to fix that?

  • United States Thomas Ford Memorial Library

    Here's the poem:

    In honor of National Poetry Month, I will endeavor to create: The longest Maybe strongest! Rhyme In seven hours time From the titles of Books below and above And also CDs As well as DVDs, All to be found In a Circ look-around! What will you find When you look at the shelves? Priceless free treasures! So come help yourselves! Do you crave Exciting fiction? There are many stories To feed your addiction! Novels tell secrets Like Sarah’s Key And Irish stories By sweet Maeve Binchy. And Cujo and Carrie --Those are Stephen King’s— And J.R.R. Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings. Or do you like mysteries Such as Harry Potter? Or “A” Is for Alibi? Or the Headhunter’s Daughter? There’s some who crave Sci Fi And want close at hand Darwin’s Children and Stranger in a Strange Land. And then there’s Biographies, Love, Lucy, John Glenn, Chagall; For Warren Buffet followers, Check out The Snowball. In Nonfiction, there’s choices For everyone who Loves History, Travel, Cooking and How-To. In Reference There’s also The O.E.D. And Atlas of the World— Plenty for you and for me! Don’t forget serials Like People and Us To keep up with celebs And all of their fuss! For extra entertainment, We’ve movies galore, From Adam’s Rib to Zoolander: Drama, comedy and more! Likewise, there’s CDs If you want to rock With M!ssundaztood Or P.D.Q. Bach! To paraphrase Kilmer, rhymes are made By fools like me But visit your library For more poetry! ---Christine Ricker, April 13, 2011

  • United States Jennifer Wark

    I'd love to be able to read this poem -- the screen shot doesn't seem to allow that.

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