Monorhyme Definition

Poetry Definition of Monorhyme

An identical rhyme on every line, common in Latin and Arabic. "aaaaa..."

Example

A break from my career,
to visit a new frontier.
Where life is not severe,
and stress will disappear.
I'll become a pioneer,
a new found volunteer.
To help this old sphere,
make it's air all clear.
We will persevere,
for I'm the brigadier.
So as I tip my beer,
lets offer up a cheer.
Lets make this our year
where everyone will be sincere.

Top 5 Monorhyme Poem Examples

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories
The Older I Get White, Danielle Monorhymeallegory, angst, health
Premium Member Poem By the Sea Dietrich, Andrea Monorhymebeach, sea,
Premium Member Poem Shadow Poets Dietrich, Andrea Monorhymepoets,
Premium Member Poem Fight Against The Passing Rain Byrne, Nicola Monorhymeangst, child, death, heartbreak,
Be Free, My Brothers Michaels, John Monorhymeafrica, america, black african

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Misc. Definitions

\Mon"o*rhyme\, n. [Mono- + rhyme: cf. F. monorime.] A composition in verse, in which all the lines end with the same rhyme.

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