Internal Rhyme

What is it??

Definition:

A rhyme involving a word in the middle of a line and another at the end of the line or in the middle of the next.

Pronunciation:

In-tur-nul

Rie-m

Synonyms:

Internal: Inside, inner more, inner, enclosed, middlemost, inward, centralized etc.

Rhyme: Measure, beat, tune, poem, verse etc.

Derivatives:

Internal Rhyme to...

Noun:

Internalment rhyme

or

Inment rhyme

Adjective & adverb:

Internally rhyme

Other:

Internalable rhyme

Internalance rhyme

Internalize rhyme

Internaless rhyme

Examples

(I found these examples online).

I had a cat who wore a hat.

I went to town to buy a gown.

He found his way home because he doesn't like to roam.


(My own examples).

My lovely hen just turned ten.

Why are you mad, when your child is sad?

By:Bonita