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soul mates

This was an exercise for me using my Penguin Rhyming Dictionary.  I hope it can help some other writers with ideas?

I get my inspiration from  lucid dreaming
I get my motivation through constant beaming

I get the formation through my thoughts alone
I get the translation from my keyboard home

I get my interpretation from the written word
I get my fascination from what readers heard

I get my fixation with some words insolvent
I get some exultation with every involvement

I get the consideration from ideas overheard
I get the perspiration from some muddled words

I get minor starvation from working tireless hours
I get some temptation from hot relaxing showers

I get my frustration from some adjustments prolific
I get much hesitation with some thoughts horrific

But it’s all worth it in the end I feel sure,
Especially if it comes into fruition.  

Inspiration - Motivation – Interpretation – Fascination -
Laudation -  Foundation – Frustration -  Dictation  -
Concentration - Observation – Hospitalisation -

This then leads to conversations ending in JUBILATION!!!

The VERY End

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