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Kali Lelonek

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of Rhyme

External Internal Word at the end and word in the middle:
A word at the end of a line rhymes with one or more in the middle of the following line 3 types:
Rhyme in same line
Rhyme in separate lines
Word at end and middle Rhyme in separate lines:
Two or more rhyming words will appear in the middle of two or more separate lines Example
I wore a shiny bow upon my head.
I began to grow and it fit me no more. Example:
I had a cat who wore a hat
He looked cool but felt the fool Humpty Dumpty is an
example of
external rhyme External Rhyme
A pattern of words that have exact
rhyme at the end of a line in a poem. Rhyme Slant Rhyme:
Either the vowels or consonants of stressed syllables are identical
Example: Fish/Tick
Years/Yours Rhyme A word agreeing with another in terminal sound Rhyme in the same line:
Two or more rhyming words
occur in the same line Example
The snowflakes are dancing, floating, and falling.
The church bells are calling, but I will not go. Slant Example
I sat in the dark,
nursing my broken heart Rhyme Scheme Definition:
The pattern of rhymes used in a poem marked by letters to symbolize correspondence. Example:
The idle life I lead A
Is like a pleasant sleep, B
Wherein I rest and heed A
The dreams that by me sweep. B
And still of all my dreams C
In turn so swiftly past, D
Each in its fancy seems C
A nobler than the last. D
And every eve I say, E
Noting my step in bliss, F
That I have known no day E
In all my life like this. F
(Number 7 in packet) Internal Rhyme:
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore-
While I nodded nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping
(Number 12 in packet) Hey, diddle, diddle!
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon;
The little dog laughed
To see such sport,
And the dish ran away with the spoon. If hunger, proverbs say, allures the wolf from wood,
Much more the bird must dare a dash at something good.
(Number 10 in packet) Rhyme is a recurrence of sound and beat
Rhythm is a movement with patterned recurrence of a beat
One, two,
Buckle my shoe;
Three, four,
Shut the door Relationship between
rhyme and rhythm By:
Tess Prochazka and Kali Lelonek
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