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- v. Present participle of unrhyme.
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The poets that write in unrhyming verse are theoretically supposed to be doing what Milton does, and he is copying Virgilian and Homeric models: namely, to place the proper number of stressed and unstressed syllables on the line to give it a music.
And gradually I shared the vision that this unrhyming poet by my side had somehow lived out in action.
I plead for this suggestion: (1) that it adds nothing to the text and changes but one word; (2) that it removes nothing but the weak and unrhyming 'Like water from the skies'; and (3) that it leads directly to
Shikwa to a free verse poem with three unrhyming couplets.