In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1rima interna feminine
- Similarly, the third line of every stanza ends with a rhyme word which is reinforced by an internal rhyme in the middle of the fourth line.
- The internal rhyme of issue and tissue, and their complex play of meanings make clear this fusion of flesh and fabric (which we will see explicitly in ‘Arras’).
- The internal rhymes and basic iambic line broken up into free verse sounded like somebody really talking, but it was highly disciplined as verse too.
- The repetitions that ring through these lines, and the internal rhyme and assonance that mark them seem to extend, to prolong this last moment before nightfall.
- The lyrics are tightly coiled tongue twisters, sprung with internal rhymes, questions and answers, parallels and comparisons that all add up, and rhyme.
- In poems like this, her sonnet sequence ‘Intervals in Early August,’ and ‘Confession of an Alchemist,’ Levin demonstrates tenacious lyrical power whose well-wrought poems sing with lively measure and liminal internal rhyme.
- His name was given to a common type of hexameter with internal rhyme, though not before the 17th century.
- His efforts here to fit his spoken word into consistent old-school measures dilutes the power in his lyrics, where webs of internal rhyme are abandoned for A / B / A / B schemes.
- What dazzling internal rhymes and verbal gymnastics!
- Mr Ferris also notes how Thomas's poetry is influenced by the complex and obligatory system of alliteration and internal rhyme within each line that is a classic device in Welsh-language verse.
- The rhythm of the heroic couplets is varied with the potential anapaestic substitutions of ll. 13 and 16, and by the internal rhyme of line 13.
- In the poet's medieval French, the verse displays intricate internal rhymes and numerous alliterations.
- It's time, as a wise, marginally white man with a peculiar knack for the internal rhyme once said, to clean out our closets.
- All sentences must accent internal rhyme through the use of syntactical parallelism.
- It also shows the casual effectiveness of his verbal music, the rhymes and internal rhymes, the fluid shifts and switches of tone, the irony and self-observing enthusiasms, the wordplay.
- It feels less forced than rhymed verse would in this case (the more subtle internal rhymes work, e.g. traverse/verse).
- The second syllable of ‘consent’ foreshadows ‘sence,’ continuing the play with internal rhymes.
- Valery stresses the viewer's feeling of oneness with the universe and enforces the timelessness of stanza ten as a whole in the verbal progression and the sound pattern of the stanza's last few lines marked by internal rhyme and assonance.
- Not only did it have a nice internal rhyme, but it also neatly summed up the company's mission.
- Avoiding set rhyme schemes but staying within more or less uniform stanzas, Roberts devises sonic constellations out of internal rhyme and repetition.
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