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Rhythm & Rhyme
is a written piece that emphasizes ideas or feelings. It often uses imagery,
emotion, figurative language, rhythm, and rhyme. Some poems, like a sonnet or
haiku, have a prescribed form. Others, such as free verse, have no specific
by William Shakespeare from As You Like It
Act II Scene 7 passage: This famous monolouge from S...
by William Shakespeare
Primarily known for his plays, Shakespeare also wrot...
by Edgar Allan Poe
Always full of mystery, Edgar Allan Poe wrote this p...
by William Shakespeare from The Merchant of Venice
Act IV, Scene 1 passage: William Shakespeare's chara...
by Robert Frost
Robert Frost (1874-1963) is one of the most celebrat...
by Lewis Carroll from The Hunting of the Snark
Fit the First passage: Lewis Carroll's "The Hunting ...
by Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann from Struwwelpeter: Merry Tales and Funny Pictures
“The Story of Fidgety Philip” is a poem from the boo...
by Alice Hale Burnett from Hallowe'en at Merryvale
Chapter V passage: Alice Hale Burnett's Merryvale B...
by RV Staff Writer J.C.
How did it get here? No one knows. How to get it out...
by Robert Louis Stevenson from A Child’s Garden of Verses
“A Child’s Garden of Verses” is Robert Louis Stevens...