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How to Rhyme Vol. 1:(Fundamental Rhymes) and Rules Found in All Rhyming Patterns! (Volume 1) [Kindle Edition]

Jami Khabir
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Book Description

How to Rhyme has made a ground breaking discovery of a perfect science behind writing Rhymes. Contrary to the way other conventional books have taken a poetic approach to teach rhyming, the How to Rhyme series has been the most efficient set of books on the market in allowing novices, creative writers, poets and rappers everywhere discover all of the following:

• How to write rhymes on a basic, intermediate, and advanced level without
the confusion of complex poetic terminology.

• The difference between rhyming like a poet and rhyming like a rapper.

• A full proof system that will take the most unskilled beginner to rhyming like
William Shakespeare or Eminem even only after the first Volume.

• How to write poetry.

• How to master all of the areas of writing, which inspired the book
“Poetry how to”, to teach you how to write poetry or rap with perfection.

• How to write poetry with rhymes as advanced as rappers.

• How to write rap using the writing disciplines seen in “Poetry How To”.

• The difference between poetry and rap.

• How to make your rhymes flow.

• A system which reveals the complete science of writing rhymes.

• A system which uses a unique perspective in revealing all of the rhyme
schemes and patterns anyone can make by understanding the core rhyming
patterns inherent in all rhyming patterns.

• A complete Science behind written rhyme which has never been discovered
so thoroughly in any other How to rhyme course.

• A step by step system which gives you a gradual progression through all of
its levels like any other science is taught.

• The MTS learning system which is based on Syllables, Techniques (rhyme
patterns distinguished by the number of syllables present) and Methods
(specific types of arrangements for the techniques to follow).



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  • Publisher: Rhymeglowbooks.com (May 30, 2011)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0053GTACK
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great way to learn how to rhyme November 8, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
I bought this book and was really happy with how quickly I was able to pick things up. The author makes it really easy giving you tips and tricks on rhyming as well as throwing in some drills to help you practice. If you want to impress friends or just have fun I think this book is a good start. At less than a dollar you have nothing to lose really.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This expanded my awareness and understanding April 27, 2013
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I'm an urban, Black, 62-year old, musical performance artist. I'm fairly well-educated and comfortable with words and language. I also came up poor, and my teen years were the tumultuous decade of the 60s. So, I heard "The Last Poets"; I saw the Black Panthers, the end of the Vietnam incursion, the Kennedy and M.L.K. assassinations, all the eras and different regional expressions of Funk, the proliferation of computers, the birth of the Internet, etc., etc.! I've seen a lot of changes in America and in the world. As a student and performer of musical expression, I try to keep an open mind and heart, and to be open to experience. I've listened to rap/hip-hop since the beginning. I was there when MTV began to smother the message of the artists who had social-cultural caring, conscience, commitment, and integrity, and instead present us with 98% idiotic ads for bling lifestyle, saggy britches and degrading our sisters. I stopped watching television and reading the "news" papers 40 years ago. There's some rap that I listen to and some that I don't. The cutting-line for me, though, has nothing to do with the level of profanity, but with whether the artist makes any reference to what I consider to be contributive, sustainable values. I didn't say that they have to be 100% about such values, but there does have to be some recognition that these values exist and that they matter.
I've written songs and poetry for a very long time. My writing is mostly spontaneous, rather than being "crafted," so I've used the "false rhyme" in a great many instances. That's because it's what flowed from my consciousness without thought or restraint.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Rhyme Book May 5, 2013
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I have always found it fun to rhyme, making little poems and the like. I decided to buy this book in hopes it would help me get better at it, and gain a deeper understand of rhyming - it delivers!

I found it really informative and well laid out. It definitely covered what I was hoping for and I am enjoying practising what the book teaches. If you have an interest in learning to rhyme or build on your current skills it is a really good read, well worth the price.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of good info! March 5, 2013
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I bought this book expecting just some tips and techniques about rhyming, but this book has lots of cool info. It covers many aspects of The Art of Rap.

I really liked the chapter of Inspiration, it gives really powerful advices which seem to be pretty logical and simple, but I was not aware of them until now.

I do not want to become a famous rapper or whatever, I just really enjoy freestyling once in a while, but I have some friends that take this art more seriously and I am sure they will really like this book.

Now I understand Rap in a better way... Thanks!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars RHYMING & BEYOND ... January 23, 2013
By A.D.
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The How to Rhyme Volume may be one of The Best breakdowns an explanations of not just The Complete Science.. but the Complete ART of Rhyming..It cleaning and clearly blends The M.T.S. System invented by the author(METHODS,TECHNIQUES & SYLLABLES)with the values of Inspiration, The Intention behind your Message and the Overall Purpose of really using this art form.

Anyone with the desire to rhyme without any limits in there ability to do so even if just for fun of course should invest the few bucks it cost to buy this WHOLE Series(YES)..for you guys that should be a given. BUT, to the person seriously wanting to take there skills to the next level by able to Fully Express themselves Truly & Completely and really take there ability to new heights of expression ..NEED this Full Volume..PERIOD. This Series places a HUGE gap in between those who learn how to flow thorough rote listening an using difficult books to understand Ryhme (usually thorough POETRY..a Flawed Premise covered in the first book)..an thoes who use this system here. So, if you even took the time to read through these reviews then my suggestion to YOU is to not even hesitate on such a deal for the time and effort it took to put together such a complete volume/series..(an I only JUST found out about volumes 4,5 and 6!!!)..Buy it.

HOW TO RHYME VOL. 1

CH TOPIC

1 WHAT IT RHYME
2 WHAT IS RAP
3 WHAT IS FLOW
4 THE ARE OF RAP
5HOW RAP EVOLVED FROM POETRY
6 HOW INSPIRATION IS SPONTANEOUS
7 WRITER BLOCK
8 HOW TO GET INSPIRED
9 ONCE INSPIRED TAKE ACTION
10 REVISION, REVISION, REVISION
11 CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT
12 GREAT ENDINGS
13 WHAT IS POETRY (CONT)
14 MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES
15 METHODS, TECHNIQUES AND SYLLABLES
16 SYLLABLE RHYME DESCRIPTION
17 TECHNIQUES
18 METHODS
19 FLOW
20 RHYMING STYLES (M,T,S)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars how to rhyme December 24, 2012
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again I have the same opinion of volume two.
if you want to learn to rap buy it
if you like other type of songwriting--don't
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 15 days ago by Mr Malice
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Wow! This Is A Must Read For Hip Hop Fans And Future Artists!
Published 1 month ago by venturi gaddis
3.0 out of 5 stars Primarily for Rapping and Musical Lyric Adaptation
I found this book interesting, and it is apparently part of a series. However, I was hoping for something for poetry, and though some ideas can be applied to writing poetry, it is... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Picky Shoppers
1.0 out of 5 stars Probably not worth $1
I have never read so many words that said one basic idea in my whole life. The one idea was that raps are a poem that always rhymes and are fluid. Oh my gosh, save your money.
Published 5 months ago by Today Show Book Fan
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This is an amazing book, I promise i was about to buy the other ones today but he took them down?!? why??
Published 6 months ago by j.son
5.0 out of 5 stars Much more than i hoped for - glad there's more volumes
McCabe H

I bought this book to learn the links between classical poetry writing and slam poetry/rap. I wasn't disappointed. The author is clearly knowledgeable. Read more
Published 7 months ago by McCabe
5.0 out of 5 stars Rhyme and Flow, great information
I have purchased a number of books on poetry writing prior to getting this book. None assisted me as much as this book does. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Reggie
3.0 out of 5 stars How to Rhyme
Good information, but seems to get too technical for me. The book explores many rhyming patterns, but sometimes goes into so much detail that I lose interest as a reader. Read more
Published 8 months ago by Ritchey M. Marbury III
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book
This is entertaining as hell, and you'll learn heaps. They are weighty though these books. But I breezed through it. And loved it.
Published 8 months ago by Yarndi
5.0 out of 5 stars A true guide to rhyming patterns and styles
First of all, there was a lot of thought and research put into this book of knowledge. This volume gives you a step-by-step plan to assess your goals. Read more
Published 8 months ago by Devon A Bloomfield
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More About the Author

Born in Atlanta G.A. to a former pop jazz singer known as Esther Satterfield and the late radio personality known as Yadan Khabir (who both later changed their careers to lead more meaningful lives), but raised in the DMV area, Jami Khabir spent a large portion of his youth mastering the art of writing rhymes as used in not only poetry but rap as well. In doing so, he developed a unique understanding of a nearly exact science to writing rhymes and began writing a book about it. In the process, he established a "system" for expressing this unique understanding of the science of written rhyme to others in a step by step CLEAR and detailed process which anyone can understand. He began writing rhymes at age 15 and his first poem at age 16. His first poem "Essence" helped him discover a new talent which he further developed well into is 20's. That poem started an immense poetry and skillful rap collection. He began writing the How To Rhyme books at age 23 and completed them by age 27. Realizing that he understood something about rhymes which surpassed more than one mere genre or market (poetry, rap, creative writing etc.) he named his series "How To Rhyme" and further revised them.

As a veteran rhyme writer for over 15 years, Jami Khabir has excelled impressively in original written poetry and rap. He also turned down an offer for a career as a song writer from Hollywood records as well as an offer for publication by Dorrance Publishing Company in favor of his own self-publishing ambitions.

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