in the plural, my dear Pelisson," said La Fontaine, clapping his hand on the shoulder of his friend, whose insult he had quite forgotten, "and they will rhyme.
Well, if you can rhyme so well, La Fontaine," said Pelisson, "tell me now in what way you would begin my prologue?
And I have made a hundred thousand such rhymes in my time.
Yes, above all in the plural, seeing that then it rhymes not with three letters, but with four; as
But when the Normans came they brought a new form of poetry, and gradually rhymes
began to take the place of alliteration.
isn't as easy as you might think," avowed Peter, out of his own experience.
The -aja rhyme
in Finnish (the same in Estonian, -aja in Livonian) correlates with the [-(u)a'n] rhyme
in Beijing Yan, the [-(w)o'n] rhyme
in Guangzhou Yue, and the [-o'n] rhyme
in Taipei Min.
com/nurseryrhymes/) is inviting all kids between the ages of 5 and 12 to submit an original Nursery Rhyme
for this FREE writing contest.
TOTS at Spring Grove J&I School in Springwood dressed up for the first national nursery rhyme
As a read aloud and for beginning readers, the use of rhyme
and repetition is pleasing.
also belongs to the expressive forms of poetry; through its relation to the whole, rhyme
becomes an important element of a text's poetic style and thereby achieves its special status and meaning in the system of its linguistic means of expression.
That's become something she's famous for in her family: Everyone looks forward to a card from her - with a little rhyme
Everybody was worried that it might mess up the integrity of Bet but I was like, '(As) long as he got a dope rhyme
, let him spit'," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
Dan Bar-el's creative extension of the Mother Goose rhyme
is a lyrical journey perfectly accompanied by Rae Mate's dreamy paintings.
Sometimes, the Spanish words rhyme
with Spanish words; sometimes, Spanish and English rhyme
, and sometimes, English rhymes