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What is the most common rhyme scheme rule for haiku poetry?
There is no rhyme scheme for a haiku.
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If you are referring to the poem "My Husband Discovers Poetry" that is posted on this page http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/programs/2003/07/28/index.html ... there is no… rhyme scheme. This poem is written as free verse, which means that the essence of poetry remains... being concise, choosing words carefully, not always writing in complete sentences, not using paragraphs, etc. But, free verse doesn't rhyme. Really, really interesting poem though. Thanks for asking the question so I could look it up and read it myself.
It consists of eight stanzas and has no formal rhyme scheme.
it can either have a rhyme scheme or it can be free verse. Free verse is free to do whatever it wants, any 'ol time... but there is also blank verse. Blank verse does not have… a set rhyme scheme, but it does follow iambic pentameter (meter).
a, a, b, b, c, c, d, d, e, e, f, f, g, g, h, h, i, i, j, j, k, k, l, l
A,B,A,B, C,D,C,D, E,F,E,F, G,G. This is an example of a basic rhyme scheme, each letter representing the type of ending to the word, so two A's would rhyme, and two B'…s and so on, whereas an A and an E wouldn't rhyme.
common theme?...they're theme is usually about the nature and the environment.. :)
That would be free verse.
Free verse is poetry that doesn't conform to a regular meter or rhyme scheme. Not to be confused with blank verse, which doesn't have a rhyme scheme but is written in iambic p…entameter.
Say the poem aloud to identify the words that rhyme. Then, label each line with a letter that represents that group. For example, "mug,""pug.""hug" lines would be labeled …with an A.
Some common rhyme schemes used in poetry are ABAB, ABABBA, ABCBB, AABBCC, and AAAA.
A HaiKu doesn't have to rhyme, in fact most don't. It's the syllable count that's important - 5 in the first line, 7 in the second, 5 in the third.
What type of rhyme is used; ie slant rhyme, free rhyme...