missed a week
playing Reach
passed my deadline
enjoying playtime
sad to say
no poem yesterday
you'll get a better one soon
next week I'm setting an alarm for noon


  1. Might I ask why these techniques are called feminine and masculine rhyme?

  2. Certainly!

    Under the reference I used (which, interestingly, doesn't agree exactly with the Wikipedia definitions), the definitions are:

    Masculine rhyme: the final syllable is rhymed and stressed (that is, the emphasis in the word falls on that syllable).

    Feminine rhyme: the final syllable is rhymed but unstressed (that is, another syllable in the word receives the emphasis).


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