The Bisbee Flow – a poem

Posted by Rye on June.13.2016 in Poems |

I wrote this around 2009. I was inspired to write it because many words can rhyme with Bisbee. For the first time ever published and publicized and in honor of my dear friend, Michael Bisbee, here is my poem, rap, spoken word or whatever ya wanna call it:

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The Lights

Posted by Rye on May.23.2016 in Poems |

This poem manifests from two things: tonight’s Fitbit 10,000 daily step goal run. Ha! Anyone else do this? Lol. And before the run, I watched an awesome video clip explaining how rappers make rhymes. So naturally, I began rhyming on my run.

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Thoughts to Succeed – poem

Posted by Rye on January.31.2015 in Poems |

Here’s a poem I wrote that started from a rhyme of the first four lines.



Do Good

Posted by Rye on January.3.2015 in Poems |

This world is full of corruption and crime. But hold on, let’s have a discussion and time… to ponder on a positive disposition of mine. So read on and simmer on this reflection in rhyme. Kids running around with no direction, no sign. We must guide the way with affection in mind. Offering choices with […]


Tryst – a poem

Posted by Rye on July.30.2013 in Poems |

Here’s a short poem that oozes sexiness. This is for the passionate peeps, the infatuated individuals, the one-night-standers, the complicated couples, the lifetime lovers and those with a late night rendezvous, also known as a booty call and more formally – a Tryst.

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Flip the Script

Posted by Rye on August.29.2012 in Poems |

This poem is dedicated to anyone feeling challenged, dismayed, overwhelmed, discouraged, apathetic, sad, mad, depressed or just simply bored. Feel free to add your own adjective. Hopefully, these words will inspire you to make a change in your current situation, considering it is not ideal or even bearable. Life isn’t alwaze a breeze, but like […]

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A Special Dame – a poem

Posted by Rye on March.29.2011 in Poems |

It’s halfway through Lent, so I’d like to share a poem inspired by a certain muse.


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