Words Coming Together with Words

Words Coming Together with Words

This word right HERE is copacetic.
Not rancorous, angry or frenetic,
but because it is magnetic,
other words peripatetic
suddenly become kinetic
and join it to turn epithetic.

Postscript: I can’t help rhyming. It’s genetic!!!

My mother and I wrote rhymed poems together from the time I was small. I guess she was the one who put the magnetism into words for me. Thanks, Mom.

Now I only have Kukla as a collaborator. She leaves most of the word decisions to me.

The prompt today was magnetic.

19 thoughts on “Words Coming Together with Words

    1. lifelessons Post author

      This didn’t occur to me until after her death,but after those early rhyme sessions with my mother, other than a few children’s poems and funny rhymes for cards or mock sonnets, I didn’t do much rhymed poetry until the last few years.


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