Anyone can make up a rhyme — at least, they think they can. After a few rounds of this game you will see how tricky it is.
One player begins a story in verse by thinking up the first line. This could be to do with the journey:
'Off we all went along the road'
The second player has to complete the couplet and think of a third line:
'Our car was carrying quite a load.
The third player carries on:
'And knew it must be time for lunch.
And the fourth:
'And dined on salmon steaks and trout.
And so on. If a player fails to think of a proper rhyme in time, he must drop out of the game. The winner is the last 'poet' left.