February 12, 2007


Murfin and Ray, Bedford Glossary of Critical and Literary Terms -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)

I was flipping through my book when I came across the defintion of "half-rhyme". Half-Ryme: A form of rhyme in which words contain similar sounds but do not rhyme perfectly.

For example: the words need to have a similar sound...time/pine

So if I were to write a few words of a poem it would have to sound like this:

I was looking at the time
when I stepped on a pine
which made me see a sign

haha that was pretty bad : ) but hopefully I got my point across.

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