This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word pararhyme
A verse form in which the consonants of two words are the identical (in sound), but the vowels of the words are different.
Pararhyme is a half-rhyme in which there is vowel variation within the same consonant pattern.
"Strange Meeting" is a poem by Wilfred Owen, a war poet who used pararhyme in his writing. Here is a part of the poem that shows pararhyme:
Pararhyme features in the Welsh cynghanedd poetic forms. The following short poem by Robert Graves is a demonstration in English of the cynghanedd groes form, in which each consonant sound before the caesura is repeated in the same order after the caesura:
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