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rhyme

(rīm)
1. Correspondence in sound of the ends of words, e.g., smell, well, and foretell.
2. A poem in rhyme.
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Significantly, this development of texture relies in large part on the absence of regular end rhyme.
But also, the richness, density, and variety of echoes would be lost beneath the incessant noise of regular end rhyme.
The end rhymes again convey the speaker's mood, particularly the movement of the bees "to and fro" conflated with the power of the trees that "blow" in the breeze, this last word invoking again the image of the blooming rose of spring that "blows" to replace the violet ("The Violet and the Rose," l.
The end rhymes "garden bed" and "overhead" suggest a unity of earth and heaven that the interlocking rhymes of "dear" and "here" reinforce.
The constant end rhymes elude me in this attempt at translation: "when I rub solace on her body / she still has soft / as apple flesh the limbs / she is still 70 times a woman / to the wrinkled rough hide / of my old hand's underside.
Somewhat less remarkable, however, are Saaritsa's at times contrived end rhymes, whether or not he finds the rhyme scheme in the original to be an essential component of the poem.