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Internal rhyme is a rhyme that occurs within a line of poetry. Poe uses internal rhyme in nearly all of his poems.

"Once upon a midnight DREARY, while I pondered weak and WEARY"

"While I nodded, nearly NAPPING, suddenly there came a TAPPING"

Internal rhyme in separate lines comes when two or more words rhyme in the middle of separate lines.

As of someone gently RAPPING, RAPPING at my chamber door.

" 'Tis some visitor," I muttered, "TAPPING at my chamber door…..

this poem is so funny and they RHYME as well

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In "The Raven," Edgar Allan Poe uses various slant rhymes to create a haunting and eerie atmosphere. For example, "dreary" and "weary" in the first stanza, "forgotten" and "vainly" in the eighth stanza, and "lattice" and "flitting" in the eleventh stanza are all examples of slant rhymes that add to the poem's melancholy mood.

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Slant rhyme is sometimes called half rhyme, imperfect rhyme, near-rhyme, oblique rhyme, or lazy rhyme, and it consists of words that sound almost similar. Often, either, in stressed syllables, the vowel sounds the same but the consonant sounds do not, or vice versa.

In stanza #3: curtain/repeating

In stanza #4: longer/implore

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Eye rhyme happens when there is a similarity between words in spelling but not in pronunciation, e.g., love and move; as in stanza 15&16 (evil/devil): "Prophet!" said I, "thing of evil!-prophet still, if bird or devil! . . . There are no other good examples.

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Every stanza of the poem has internal rhyme in the first and third lines, and, as an added bonus, the middle of the fourth line also rhymes with the third line. For example, in the first stanza we have weary/dreary and napping/tapping/rapping.

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