Thursday, May 10, 2012


Definition: Couplets are two lines of poetry that don't need to ryhme all the time, but usually do.


Silly Sally
When Silly Sally irons her clothes, they come out looking awful.
She did not read the label and her iron was meant to waffle.

By Denise Rodgers
Significance:  Couplets are important in poetry because the occasional rhymes makes it more fun to read and reading poetry should be fun.

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