perfect rhyme

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Examples
  • English example 1:
    As the days go by
    I cannot help but sigh
  • English example 2:
    Look up into the sky
    Boy it is mighty high
  • Norse example:
    straum hrekkmímis ekkjur

perfect rhyme (plural perfect rhymes)

  1. A (form of) rhyme in which the vowels and final (coda) consonants of stressed syllables (and, in modern English poetry, any following syllables to the end of the words) are identical in sound. (Contrast with half rhyme.)

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