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Synonyms for unrhymed

not having rhyme

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2) Although unrhymed, the sonic compression within the poem, pivoting around the "p" and "s" sounds, is evident.
When we view opus 19 as a whole, a symmetrical structure emerges in which the three Uhland poems, with their simple, rhymed strophes and connotations of German folk song, are flanked by two sophisticated, unrhymed lyrics with verses based on the complex metrical patterns of the ancient Greek odes.
Has anyone else noticed that the soliloquy concludes with an unrhymed sonnet?
In the seminar students are asked to list words associated with a difficult or challenging situation they encountered while on placement and then write a poem using just three unrhymed lines to express themselves.
Both books are typical of Kay's characteristic warm, humorous celebration of family, combined with a poignant undercurrent of loss, of which this unrhymed sonnet is a perfect example.
org/5ovJgcKW4 (defining a haiku as "an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven, and five syllables respectively.
Clark, wielding a similar unrhymed triplet in "The Donut Shop," embraces the sensuality of food, another domestic motif: "I stood before the bakery's donut case, / eyeing the plump mounds, yellow-lit, / ordered on their trays, oozing sweetness .
Egan emphasizes here that, while shl overtook the Buddhist gatha (mostly unrhymed and doctrinal in content) during the eighth century as the preferred literary form used by Chan monks, Buddhist influence on secular poetry was significant:
Howard's version of 'Le Squelette Laboureur' (which he titles 'Skeleton Crew') is, like most of his translations, unrhymed, whilst, as he admits, Baudelaire always rhymes when he writes in verse.
A reader of unrhymed Rimbaud would find his verse cut off from the French tradition of poetics, prosody, and aesthetics.
A Japanese verse, the Tanka is in the form of 31 syllables in five unrhymed lines, the first and third having five syllables each, and the others seven.
A poem such as "Switch Hitter," for example, begins rather formulaically with the lines, "I miss pitching so much/don't miss it at all, sick of it" and continues with a series of unrhymed couplets in which each line opposes the meaning of the line with which it is paired.
More intimate are the diary poems, written in unrhymed sonnets.
Southey also tried to get as formally and tonally close to real Indian songs as he could, and followed the historians' verdict that the Araucanians sang of their heroes in a "metaphorical and animated" allegorical verse that was reminiscent of the Celtic Bards and Danish Scalds, being unrhymed and written in lines of 8 to 11 syllables: (18)
He told us about waka, a traditional poetic form, unrhymed and pared down to phrases, and he presented some favorite examples of it.