In the same way, you could argue that laureate is a perfect rhyme
with the Nepalese word gloreat, which describes an unwanted build-up of mucus in a nose flute, and czhoreat which is Serbo-Croatian for antidisestablishmentarianism.
He further added, "This political apocalypse was going on in Europe and in America, and it found a perfect rhyme
with what was going on in my own life.
Applesauce isn't a perfect rhyme
of the others with its hissed-s rather than-z end sound but is throw in to represent nonsense and as a particular reference to Louis Phillips' long series of that name in Kickshaws.)
This latest book by Sharon Olds, Odes (a near perfect rhyme
), contains sixty-four poems of praise.
I got a grant to write a new show at Joe's Pub--basically they were like, "Would you like a grant?" I was like, "Yeah!" Marc and Scott have this one rule: "Exact rhyme." They like everything to have a perfect rhyme
, which is a real challenge for me, because I don't work with any rules.
It's important to get the perfect rhythm and the perfect rhyme
in a children's book.
"I believe the most beautiful line of poetry that you can read is one that has perfect rhyme
, form and meaning.
The "missing line" is not, after all, one written by Yeats: Vendler says that "We do not at first sense its lack because the first rhyme-word of the next quatrain, son, rhymes with John." Actually, Vendler's argument here would be better served by noticing that the two words are some way short of being a perfect rhyme
; but the possibility remains that the lack "We ...
As well as endorsing his earlier model, their analysis suggested a fifth stage "for which the perfect rhyme
could not be found".
Are you having trouble finding the perfect rhyme
? Just type in a word and pick which syllable you are looking to rhyme with.
They not only make a perfect rhyme
, but through consonance and assonance, they resonate in our imagination.
Where perfect rhyme
does occur, however, it is all the more effective for its rarity.