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 +"Who of us has not dreamed, on ambitious days, of the miracle of a [[Prose poetry|poetic prose]]: musical, without [[rhythm]] or [[rhyme]]; adaptable enough and [[discordant]] enough to conform to the lyrical movements of the soul, the waves of [[revery]], the jolts of consciousness?" --[[À Arsène Houssaye (Baudelaire)|À Arsène Houssaye]]" (1869) by Charles Baudelaire
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-: ''This article is about the poetic technique. For the form of ice, see [[rime ice]]. For linguistic rime (or rhyme) see [[syllable rime]].+A '''rhyme''' is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words, most often at the end of [[Line (poetry)|lines]] in [[poem]]s and [[song]]s. The word "rhyme" may also be used as a ''[[pars pro toto]]'' to refer to a short poem, such as a [[rhyming couplet]] or other brief rhyming poem such as [[nursery rhyme]]s.
-A '''rhyme''' is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words and is most often used in [[poetry]] and [[song]]s. The word "rhyme" may also refer to a short poem, such as a rhyming [[couplet]] or other brief rhyming poem such as [[nursery rhyme]]s.+ 
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==See also== ==See also==
-*[[Rapping#Rhyme styles|Rhyme in rap]] 
-*[[Rhyming spiritual]] 
-*[[Literary_consonance|Consonance]] 
*[[Alliteration]] *[[Alliteration]]
*[[Assonance]] *[[Assonance]]
-*[[Broken rhyme]]+*[[Glossary of poetry terms]]
 +*[[An Introduction to Rhyme]]
*[[List of English words without rhymes]] *[[List of English words without rhymes]]
-*[[Internal Rhyme]]+*[[Literary consonance|Consonance]]
 +*[[Rapping#Rhyme styles|Rhyme in rap]]
 +*[[Rhyme Genie]] - dynamic rhyming dictionary with 30 different rhyme types
*[[Rhyming recipe]] *[[Rhyming recipe]]
-*[[Rime table]]+*[[Rhyming spiritual]]
-*[[Rime dictionary]]+*[[Rime dictionary]] - ancient type of Chinese dictionary
 +*[[Rime table]] - syllable chart of the Chinese language
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"Who of us has not dreamed, on ambitious days, of the miracle of a poetic prose: musical, without rhythm or rhyme; adaptable enough and discordant enough to conform to the lyrical movements of the soul, the waves of revery, the jolts of consciousness?" --À Arsène Houssaye" (1869) by Charles Baudelaire

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A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words, most often at the end of lines in poems and songs. The word "rhyme" may also be used as a pars pro toto to refer to a short poem, such as a rhyming couplet or other brief rhyming poem such as nursery rhymes.


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