Rhyming is powerful. It can signal a form, or telegraph whimsy. It can be predictable, surprising, and sometimes both.
It may also be seen as childish.
When, then, is it time to rhyme?
Will rhyming "internally" fit?
As opposed to a line-ending bit.
For answers, just listen.
But rhymes will be missin'
Especially where they'd deliver a predictably naughty word at the end of, say, a limerick, because in this context, that would definitely be seen as childish.
Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson.
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