Rhyme Scheme Poems?

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A rhyme scheme is a pattern of rhyming between lines of a poem or song. Rhyme scheme poems are first introduced in elementary school to encourage small children to use their imagination while learning basic sounds. A rhyme scheme is good for anyone to express their creativity while writing a poem. Rhyme scheme poems can tell a story, be silly or just be random thoughts. There are different stanzas one can choose while writing a rhyme scheme poem that include the AB pattern in an alternate rhyme or the AA, BB, CC, DD pattern in a couplet.
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1. Read the poem straight through. Look up any unfamiliar words in a dictionary. Get a feeling for what the poem is trying to say. 2. Read the poem aloud, or have a friend read it
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The best answer i could find for this question is: a rhyme scheme is a designated by the assignment of a different letter of the alphabet to each new rhyme in the poem.
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To find out whether the poem has a rhyme scheme, read it out loud and listen
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Some words that rhyme with scheme are beam, gleam, cream, creme, seam, deem, dream, scream, seem, theme, team, teem, steam, stream, and supreme.
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