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Rhyming couplets are often used in Early Modern English poetry, as seen in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales ...

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Rhyming couplets are two lines of poetry that rhyme and have the same meter. Examples of rhyming couplets illustrate this best.

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It could an independent poem, and could be a part of other poems such as sonnets in Shakespearean poetry. If a couplet has the ability to stand apart from the ...

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Rhyming Couplets are used in poetry to help the poem become interesting. It is used to produce a form of rhyme throughout the whole poem either just on two ...

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A pair of successive rhyming lines, usually of the same length. A couplet is “ closed” when the lines form a bounded grammatical unit like a sentence (see ...

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Couplet Poems. By Mrs. Burns' Class. My Cat. By Molly. I like to play with my cat. He likes to get in a hat. Good Vacation. By David. I like to play games a lot.

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Couplets are most frequently used as units of composition in long poems, but, since they lend themselves to pithy, epigrammatic statements, they are often ...

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Stanzas give poems structure and organization. They break apart different parts of the poem based on rhyming scheme or thoughts.

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The couplet above comes from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, which is a play, not a poem. But Shakespeare often used rhyming couplets at the end of ...