two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
two lines of rhyming iambic pentameter
A couplet in which the second line is not complete but depends on succeeding material for completion.
two successive lines rhyming aa and containing a , Two successive lines rhyming aa and containing a grammatically complete, independent statement. It is called “closed” because its meaning is completed within the two lines and doesn’t depend on what is before it or what follows it.
An octasyllabic couplet; two rhyming lines of iambic or trochaic tetrameter
a couplet, with a first line in iambic hexameter and a second line in iambic heptameter.
Any two consecutive lines in similar form.
A flexible, lyric form, usually in a small number of couplets with or without rhyme, first employed in various Middle Eastern literatures.
A rare French form, usually composed of short rhymed couplets with a word or larger verbal group repeated as a Refrain.