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rhyme

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end rhyme occurs at the end of a line
internal rhyme taking place rhymes occurring inside the line
assonance the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds (not, rod)
onomatopoeia a combo of words whose sound seems to resemble the sound it denotes
masculine rhyme single stressed syllable
feminine rhymes one strong syllable one soft syllable
true rhyme rhyming sounds exact
eye rhyme words whose endings are spelled alike and in most cases were pronounced alike but have in the corse of time aquired different pronunciation.
imperfect rhyme: off rhyme differs from the perfect rhyme by changing the vowel sound room/storm, be/fly
imperfect rhyme: vowel rhyme goes beyond off rhyme in the only the vowel sounds are in common of rhyme words. green/leaves, barley/starry
imperfect rhyme: Pararhyme stressed vowel sounds differ but are flanked by identical or similar consonants.
monorhyme a poem of no predetermined meter, line length, or number of lines. the sole requirement being its one rhyme.
Created by: sbl11