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What is a couplet?

A Couplet (literature wise) is a pair of lines in a verse that ryhme. Most commonly used in fairy tales and songs. Two lines of verse, usually in the same meter and joined by (MORE)

A example of a couplet?

A couplet is two rhyming lines of poetry, typically written in the  same meter. An example of a couplet is: "Why did you come? Why did  you care for me?/ Why did you keep me (MORE)

Examples of a couplet?

Whether or not we find what we are seeking is idle, biologically speaking. . 'Tis education forms the common mind Just as the twig is bent, the tree inclined
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What are examples of couplets?

...Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom. If this be error and upon me proved, I never write, nor no man ever loved.
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What are couplet poems?

they are poems that can include two lines or more but they all have to rhyme. :) Directions in how to write a couplet 1. Choose a topic you want to write your with poem. It (MORE)
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What is Poetic Couplets?

  A couplet is an arrangement of two lines that rhyme. For example,   This is the land of Gad,   it's very, very, bad.   It's used in sonnets and other poetry.