Grouchy Monorhymes As I sit here pondering on a theme to go with this the poetry style I chose, my son is knocking down stacks of blocks and screaming because he's in a bad mood this afternoon. I'm just like, ugh. How annoying. And before I knew it, I started describing my feelings through a poem. So, anyway, onto the challenge. We'll be doing monorhymes this week. These are poems in which all the lines end in the same rhyme. The theme is grumpiness. Describe a situation that makes you feel this way, or make a tribute to your most favorite of grouches. Just to name a couple of ideas. You really could take this in a bunch of different directions. Have fun with it. :D An example of a monorhyme (Move your mouse to reveal the content) An example of a monorhyme (open) An example of a monorhyme (close) Night Storm It came in a winter’s night, a fierce cold with quite a bite. Frosted wind with all its might sent ice and snow an invite to layer earth in pure white and glisten with morning light.