We see this in canzone 7 as the A and B rhymes are occasionally preserved through English near rhymes
, or sonnet 40 (of dubious authorship) where 'basilisk' and 'blissfully' resonate, rather than rhyme, at the ends of lines 1 and 3, home to the A-rhymes in the Italian.
Davies has rendered the rhymed prose (saf) that occurs extensively in the book sometimes with equivalent rhymes, but at times he has resorted to near rhymes
, assonance, and alliteration.
(4.) Wordplay is essential to rap lyrics, including alliteration, puns, slant rhymes (near rhymes
), end-of-line rhymes, as well as intraline rhyming.
Unfortunately, the story is told in awkwardly rhyming text, with many near rhymes
and changes in rhythm.
We talked to the students again about "forced rhyming" and "near rhymes
," then asked them to continue their rhyming list (in a different colored marker) by adding forced-and near-rhymes.
More originally, Morlier argues that in the Sonnets from the Portuguese, EBB "derived her formal strategies from Victorian political poetry, her structure from the political sonnet and her near rhymes
from the poetry of social reform" (p.