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27 comments to rhymes
Thank you for your reply. Why do you think the rhymes are not good for little kids? Too difficult to understand? What do you mean by small? This page is for schoolchildren from the 3rd grade. The rhymes are written for children who are quite good at 9 or 10 years old. Hopefully the rhymes will make even older children and teenagers fun. And that would be useful – at least in my opinion &# 128578;
Greetings Sean (Reimix)
are not we all more beautiful than a kebab? A friend of mine always said: “liver sausage makes you thirsty”. Do you have any more rhymes with food in the warehouse?
hello the poems are not good for the little children, they can continue from me but please sin full rhyme thank you &# 128578; Your Sarah: *
I have a cool saying with döner stop the food go to the fair buying a doner then you will be beautiful
Thank you Sean for giving me such great feedback.
At your suggestion, the following occurred to me:
Let’s see what happens in 2014 again,
For what we no longer hold the rockets in our hands ?
happy New Year. Thank you for your rhymes. A nice example of heap rhyme.
Build, digest, trust, dawn, countdown. I like your creative way of using impure rhymes.
Keep it up. What is rhyming with “2014”? fourteen, go home, see, understand, yawn, lean, heme, shame, … Maybe you’ll think of a funny rhyme.
The clock turns on for the countdown
Could we really evaporate the doubts this year?
What plans will we build in the future?
On which intentions we can trust
Before the answers reveal, we rush down the dawn for the first time
With the kindling rockets
What did the year have?
What life was laid on our way
Who had to give up in the eternal fight
The annual review will reflect the Tv year
Now it’s time to lift the champagne glass
Stars explode before we try to break new ground
Leave the habit on this flame wheel
In millions of lights, the future is revealed
The old year freezes
Everywhere it shines brightly
Maybe it even announces the future together sometime and somewhere
Much will be different tomorrow
Well then, prosit new year 2014 !
Hi, Christmas greetings,
I am using WordPress 2010. Enjoy a lovely Xmas.
For those who do not speak English, “Christmas Greetings” wanted to know which software was used for Reimix. I use the blog software WordPress with the template 2010.
I wish you all a Merry Christmas.
Hey would you mind stating which blog platform you’re working with?
I’m looking to start my own blog soon but I’m having a hard time choosing between
BlogEngine, WordPress, B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because
Your layout seems different then most blogs and I’m looking for
something completely unique. P.S Apologies for being off-topic but I had to ask!
I’m glad that a few words from a reader have their drives in your direction. Words are important.
I just landed with you, because I received a message via email, that a visitor was aware of our small project due to a commentary (?) on your side and of course I have rummaged with you retroactively and would like to join me in the same breath for your valuable project , that is completely dedicated to the language, thank you.
A happy, poetic and reimeric greeting
I am very glad that you like the rhymes. Have you already read through all? And which rhyme is your favorite? Maybe we can rhyme something together: You send a line by comment and I’ll come up with a rhyme. How about??
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