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I was in doubt if I should join this challenge as I just had no clue. But it seems straight forward and I will try to make a rhyme.
Many people are taught from an early age what a rhyme is. Rhymes
surround us every day in poetry, children's books, nursery rhymes, and
song lyrics. The rhyme happens when two words have a sound that is
very similar. Most of the time rhyming words are arranged in a
rhythmic pattern that allows the writer or speaker to fall into a
consistent beat that captivates readers and listeners and portrays a
message of some sort.
A “rhyme scheme” is the
term used for describing the pattern of end rhymes in a poem. Each new
sound at the end of a line is given a letter, starting with “A,” then
“B,” and so on. If an end sound repeats the end sound of an earlier
line, it gets the same letter as the earlier line.
COMMON RHYME SCHEMES
Quatrain (3 examples) ~ requires 4 books
Cinquain (3 examples) ~ requires 5 books
Sestet (six examples) ~ requires 6 books
Rhyme Royal ~ requires 7 books
☯ Your challenge is to build a rhyming chain using books you've read
this quarter. The chain does not need to create a story or sentence,
only a rhyme of "sound alike words."
☯ To complete the rhyme,
you may use the title, the author's name (first or last), character
names (main or supporting), or the series title.
☯ You must include the selected rhyme scheme and book completed dates in your post.
☯ The completion dates on your books must appear in the same order as the rhyme scheme you select.
My Rhyme: Rhyme Royal ~ requires 7 books ABABBCC
A: Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder
B: The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson
A: Deep in My Heart by Patricia W. Fischer
B: The Cornish Affair by Laura Lockington
B: The Adventures of Augustus Fuller by James Rickon
C: The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa
C: The Diving Pool: Three Novellas by Yoko Ogawa