The curse of the verse

The curse of the verse is not a bad thing

It helps with my thoughts as I rhyme and sing,

When life gets quite gritty I’ll  think of a ditty

Then my problems won’t  seem half as bad,

When I have a tough time I just think up a rhyme

And then I don’t feel quite as sad.

So if the curse of the verse is not a bad thing

What if the whole world learned how to sing?

And think of the wonderful joy it might prime

If the worlds politicians  were smitten by rhyme?

United in verse and harmony

It could change their whole philosophy!

What a wonderful gift to our world it could bring

If the curse of the verse…

Was to make your heart sing.

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4 thoughts on “The curse of the verse

  1. “When I have a tough time I just think up a rhyme
    And then I don’t feel quite as sad.”

    I’ve never tried that, but I will now. Great idea!

    By the way, I can’t find a “follow” button on your blog.

    Also, I had to google your picture to find your blog because clicking on cjm.wordpress.com took me to a message saying it doesn’t exist. Looks like you’ve changed it to projectme1st, but your older URL still accompanies your picture when you “like” something on a wordpress.com blog. You’ll get more traffic and followers after you fix these things, I think. Good luck. 🙂

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    • Hi there, Glad you were inspired by my poem 😉 And thanks so much about letting me know about my blog issue, I think its fixed now,🤓 there are follow buttons on my actual site but none seem to appear in the comments box, I’ve tried to fix that but don’t think I’ve been succesful 😕

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      • Yes, you fixed the URL problem. Now when I click on your picture it takes me here to your site.

        I still can’t find a regular follow button, even on your home page. I’ve clicked the little blue box button but it doesn’t tell me that I’m following you. I’ll bet the “happiness engineers” at wordpress.com could help you get a regular follow button that changes color when someone follows you. Good luck. 🙂

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