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13/6/2011

use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


use rhyme  scheme

use rhyme scheme


Alright, getting back on track, we've got our first line and we're going to use one of the rhyme schemes above (we'll be using the ABAB as an example), A rhyme scheme is a regular pattern of rhyme, one that is consistent throughout the extent of the poem. Poems that rhyme without any regular pattern can be A rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhyme between lines of a poem or song. It is usually referred to by using letters to indicate which lines rhyme. The rhyme scheme may follow a fixed pattern (as in a sonnet) or may be arranged freely according to the poet's requirements. The use of a scheme, or pattern 9 answers - 14 Dec 2007 why in poem'sto poets use rhyming schemes ? I don't know how to flow to the answer without a lot of useless banter It depends on the
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