identical rhyme


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identical rhyme

n.
1. Repetition of the same word in the rhyme position.
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It will be noticed that the introduction of more as a new rhyme-word in the second line results in an identical rhyme with the new penultimate line, and also that the last line does not rhyme at all:
1400; "Poem of Palace Life"), an autobiographical satire on contemporary society and one of the last works written in cuaderna via (Spanish narrative verse form consisting of four-line stanzas, each line having 14 syllables and identical rhyme).
(10.) This distinction is important for English verse, in which identical rhymes (but not rich rhymes in general) are avoided.
Working with Katherine McCurdy at Harvard University, Wagner examined the use of identical rhymes in each language.