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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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This sees Creeley at his micro-attentive best: there are the ins and outs of "raining, outside, in/this interjurisdictional ..." and the replacement of end rhyme with front rhyme, so that "appropriately" can appropriate something from "approaching." "[I]nterjurisdictional headquarters" might be jargon for a middling state of mind or mood as well as the no-place of an airport.
Rhyming stories are notoriously difficult to write, but here the scansion works and the rhyme (both internal and end rhymes) makes the story a delight to read out loud: "This log in a bog, where our frog spent his days/was a pad Brad had had since his pollywog phase." Discovering that his larder is bare, Bradley sets out to ask his neighbours to share what they eat.
Indeed the majority of the end rhymes in the tale are rhymes with either one or two syllables.
Yet the original pattern (schema) has never been kept, and each translated version constructs their own modes with different sentence lines, ways of eye movements, and end rhymes or no rhyme.
This time, the concluding strong masculine end rhymes link the future--both teasing and threatening because "to-morrows hide"--with a symbol of earthly life, "the tide." The rhyming pattern, then, establishes an ironic juxtaposition chat will be threaded throughout the sequence: freedom and forward movement are constrained by the concrete limitations of landscape and the abstract limitations of time.