in this excerpt from “a bird song” by christina georgina rossetti, which three lines contain internal rhyme?
[[a year almost that i have not seen her: ]]
[[oh, last summer green things were greener,]]
[[brambles fewer, the blue sky bluer.]]
[[it's surely summer, for there's a swallow: ]]
[[come one swallow, his mate will follow,]]
[[the bird race quicken and wheel and thicken.]]
I believe the answer is:
for there's a swallow; Come one swallow, his mate will follow
Internal rhymes refers to a type of rhyme that occurs between other phrases across the lines (whcih is why it is often referred to as middle rhymes) . The word 'swallow' is rhymed with follow,and it's located between two lines with similar sounding 'llow' at the end.
in this excerpt from “a bird song” by christina georgina rossetti, which thr...