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  1. Tinker

    Christmas Care

    Christmas Care Holiday brings joy and laughter, happiness in celebration, hanging holly and mistletoe. Hope, the reason for the season. But there are those who feel no joy. Bereavement, loss or circumstance become an overwhelming bar. Be kind and show understanding. Christ was born to bury sorrow caring for the broken and lost. Carry His message to others, Christmas hallows love and mercy. ~~Judi Van Gorder Notes: ▼ Traditional Mongolian Meter is thought to date back to Genghis Khan but the first record of this more sophisticated form is the 17th century. It is a little different than most forms in that the lines are head rhymed. Alliteration is a prominent element of the form. The elements of Traditional Mongolian Meter are: written in any number of quatrains. syllabic, usually 7 to 8 syllables. head rhymed, technically, head rhyme is just the first consonant of each line matching. However, it is often seen as the first syllable in each line rhyming with the first syllable of the ensuing lines. Rhyme scheme aaaa bbbb cccc etc. (Remember the rhyme is at the beginning of the line, not the end.) alliterated, although alliteration can occur within a couplet and need not be contained within a single line. If true or near rhyme is not present, alliteration of the first word of each line is a must. Rhyme to Begin Ride an elephant with Genghis Khan, write in an ancient Mongolian form rife with head rhyme and similar sounds, righteous word donations excepted. ~~ Judi Van Gorder.
  2. Tinker

    Traditional Mongolian Meter

    Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Overview of Chinese Verse with Index Traditional Mongolian Meter is thought to date back to Genghis Khan but the first record of this more sophisticated form is the 17th century. It is a little different than most forms in that the lines are head rhymed. Alliteration is a prominent element of the form. The elements of Traditional Mongolian Meter are: written in any number of quatrains. syllabic, usually 7 to 8 syllables. head rhymed. Technically, head rhyme is just the first consonant of each line matching. However, while still alliterative, with the matched consonant heading the line, it is often seen as the first syllable in each line rhyming with the first syllable of the ensuing lines. Rhyme scheme aaaa bbbb cccc etc. (Remember the rhyme is at the beginning of the line, not the end.) alliterated, although alliteration can occur within a couplet and need not be contained within a single line. If true or near rhyme is not present, alliteration of the first word of each line is a must. Dancers Christmas Care by Judi Van Gorder Together we tangoed the years tuning out doubts we could make it. Today, solo or paired, we jive, tomorrow, still on the dance card. ~~Judi Van Gorder
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