Assonant rhyme – This is the rhyming of vowels in words but with different consonants. It is sometimes referred to as a slant rhyme. Examples include tip and limp, dank and bat, bowl and home.
Consonant rhyme – This is the rhyming of consonants but not vowels. Examples include bell and ball, dump and damp, meter and miter, mile and mole.
Dactylic – This rhymes the third syllable from the end. One example is Aristophanes and cacophonies.
Eye rhyme – The rhyming in this type is based on spelling and not sound. Examples are: move and love, cough and bough, food and good, death and wreath.
Feminine rhyme – Also referred to as double, triple, multiple, extra-syllable, extended, this has different beginnings of the words, but rhymes latter syllables. Examples include backing and hacking, tricky and picky, moaning and groaning, generate and venerate.
Head rhyme – Also called alliteration or initial rhyme, this has the same initial consonant at the beginning of the words. Examples are blue and blow, sun and sand, merry and monkey.
Identical rhyme – This is rhyming a word with itself, but often refers to a different meaning. An example is in Emily Dickinson’s “Because I Could not Stop for Death.”
Do you add more flavor to a food that is served to you? Does anyone ever ask you why you do that? Have you ever had a chef come out and make a suggestion to you on how to taste food?
I was always taught, before you even add salt to anything “taste it first”. Now a days people add salt, pepper, sugar, artificial sweetener, hot sauce, Tabasco sauce, etc, automatically. They don’t even give the food they are served a chance.
To me when it comes to sweet things I can’t see why anyone would want to add anything to their favorite flavor.
Just to let you know people do just that.
Different people, different taste, different opinions, different shapes, that’s what makes the world go around!
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