What was your first reaction after having read the story? Explain
In the story God sees the Truth, but waits.

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it probably would be c

The poet who wishes to write a rhyming poem has several different sorts of rhyme from which to choose. some are strong, some more subtle, and all can be employed as the poet sees fit. the following are some of the main types :   
 

end rhymes
rhyming of the final words of lines in a poem. the following, for example, is from seamus heaney’s “digging” :  

            under my window, a clean rasping sound
            when the spade sinks into gravelly ground  
 

internal rhymes
rhyming of two words within the same line of poetry. the following, for example, is from edgar allan poe’s “the raven” :  

            once upon a midnight dreary, while i pondered, weak and weary,
            over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore,  
 

slant rhymes  (sometimes called imperfect, partial, near, oblique, off etc.)
rhyme in which two words share just a vowel sound (assonance – e.g. “heart” and “star”) or in which they share just a consonant sound (consonance – e.g. “milk” and “walk”). slant rhyme is a technique perhaps more in tune with the uncertainties of the modern age than strong rhyme. the following example is also from seamus heaney’s “digging” :  

            between my finger and my thumb
            the squat pen rests; snug as a gun  
 

rich rhymes
rhyme using two different words that happen to sound the same (i.e. homonyms) – for example “raise” and “raze”. the following example – a triple rich rhyme – is from thomas hood’s” a first attempt in rhyme” :  

            partake the fire divine that burns,
            in milton, pope, and scottish burns,
            who sang his native braes and burns.  
 

eye rhymes
rhyme on words that look the same but which are actually pronounced differently – for example “bough” and “rough”. the opening four lines of shakespeare’s sonnet 18, for example, go :  

            shall i compare thee to a summer’s day?
            thou art more lovely and more temperate:
            rough winds do shake the darling buds of may,
            and summer’s lease hath all too short a date:  

here, “temperate” and “date” look as though they rhyme, but few readers would pronounce “temperate” so that they did. beware that pronunciations can drift over time and that rhymes can end up as eye rhymes when they were originally full (and vice versa).  
 

identical rhymes
simply using the same word twice. an example is in (some versions of) emily dickinson’s “because i could not stop for death” :  

            we paused before a house that seemed
            a swelling of the ground—
            the roof was scarcely visible—
            the cornice—in the ground—  
 

it’s clear there is often a certain amount of overlap between rhyme and other poetical devices such as assonance – subjects to be covered in future poetry writing tips.

a random hobbit wannabe who made bad decisions

123 main street

hobbit village, hole 54101

555-555-

[email protected]

january 16, 2019

random persons name you are writing to

their position (boss, teacher, assistant)

whichever company/ area they work in

address [street name, then house number/ zip code]

city, state

dear hobbits,

i’m writing to ask if i could join you friendly and cute hobbits. though i am only using you for your ring, i admire your lifestyles and your mightiness. respect and honor among you short ones has always been an inspiration to me. i have even risked taking a drink a stranger with a black hood gave me on a corner outside a scottish bar. my height has been cut to just a foot. i do hope that is enough for you to accept me into your wonderful and jolly hobbit town. i sold all my clothes for that bottle so do not be frightened if you see a cloth-less hobbit sneaking into your garden to weave clothes like you young hobbits usually do. i hope i can join you on your tiny journey through life.  

sincerely,  

a random hobbit wannabe who made bad decisions



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