Peter (xoder) wrote,
Peter
xoder

http://www.drtomsleather.net

I have determined I really like the enjambment form of rhyme.
That is, where the ending line of a poem (or song) rhymes with the one above, but there's no stop on the rhyme.
And you're not blinding.
And I'm not signing.
Any contracts binding
me to you tonight.
"I Couldn't See You" by Dr. Toms Leather
So kinetic, without being frenetic. To get the effect, extend both "blinding" and "signing" and read the bottom two lines as one. Although this might help you hear it better.

PETER
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