Example: Couplet, Triplet, Quatrain, and Cinquain
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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 in your company?".
flower is beautiful as nice
the cat went to the house to get the mouse :)
A couplet is a type of poetic device. It is a stanza of only two lines that usually rhyme and share the same length. Ultimately, the two lines should form a complete thought. Shakespeare's sonnets are a good example of a couplet. An example of a couplet comes from Shakespeare's 116 sonnet: "...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." In this example, the last two lines make up the couplet.
A Rhyming Couplet is 2 lines of a text that the 2 end words rhyme. Example: The dog is lying on the mat. Oh how he is so fat.
I don't know that is what I asked and this showed up
monkey is dont