OTHER TYPES OF RHYMES: INTERLACED RHYME

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OTHER TYPES OF RHYMES: INTERLACED RHYME

Postby kexxy » Sun Mar 20, 2005 6:42 pm

INTERLACED RHYME: rhymes words in the middle of one line with words in the middle of another line.

Example:
Hapless rode the headless horsemen
Like a bedless husband in the night

From The Complete Idiot's Guide to Slam Poetry by Mark Kelly Smith and Joe Kraynak

If you have any poems using this type of rhyme, or would like to try it out, POST 'EM HERE!
Dont "should" on yourself,
Dont "Should" on others,
And NEVER let anyone,
Should on you!

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