The rhyming structure of the text really adds to the story; it reads well and the rhyming pattern
is not as predictable as some.
Shakespeare's deliberate emphasis of the word "state" is also shown in his rhyming pattern
of the sonnet, as he uses it as a rhyming word in both lines two and ten:
The quintain rhyming pattern
is slightly different from that of "Cottar's Girl," but the meter swells and shrinks to emphasize the complexity of this "wise" creature.
The rhyming pattern
helps carry the reader through the story, laughing aloud at the silliness and feeling the warmth and love that the children share with their mother, on this special day.
Burmese nationalism and the preservation of cultural symbols--perhaps expectedly under the strong arm of British colonization--and the preservation of a climbing rhyme first used in the pagan era (its rhyme scheme operated a 4-3-2 rhyming pattern
of four syllables per line, the last or fourth syllable of the first line rhyming with the third syllable of the next line and the second syllable of the third line, and so on, usually ending with a line of seven syllables).
The students deconstructed limericks, identified rhyming pattern
and counted syllables to come up with the Limerick Formula.
A classic 'Broadway' song, Hernando's Hideaway, demonstrates a rhyming pattern
involving triplet groups such as 'silhouettes .
We mark the rhyming pattern
if there is one and we mark repeated patterns.
38) The rhyming pattern
has led critics to assume that Webster made significant changes to the conventional form.
There is no fixed rhyming pattern
, although there is a great deal of half-rhyme and half heard echoes.
In many poems and rhymes, the rhyming pattern
is ABAB and so the rhyming words are not in consecutive lines, but rather in every other line.
With pattern blocks or any similar material, students can map out the rhyming pattern
of a particular nursery rhyme.