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In these half-spooners one of the two pairs is a true rhyme. They're easier to find than the deaf-in both-eyes doubles, so more abundant, but both are a small selection of the many found.
The poem is simply rhymed (pink/brink' red/bed) with a nice joke at the end as poets, notoriously, can find no true rhyme for orange.
But in a verse translation it is vital that the culminating word should provide a true rhyme, as in the Russian.
This last stanza begins with a true rhyme, and ends with a false one.
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A Funereal Effort to Find True Rhymes for Doveglion
Three rhymes are recognized by purists as "true rhymes": masculine rhyme, in which the two words end with the same vowel-consonant combination (stand/land); feminine rhyme (sometimes called double rhyme), in which two syllables rhyme (profession/discretion); and trisyllabic rhyme, in which three syllables rhyme (patinate/latinate).