World Record: Most Number of Rhyming Patterns Used in a Single PoemSociety | November 4, 2020, Wednesday // 11:33| views
Official World Record certifies that on October, 11th 2020, Aryansh Arora, from Basti, Uttar Pradesh, India, has established a new Official World Record. Aryansh Arora, born on January 1st, 2002, is a 18 years old and an author by profession.
He has written the poem “Be bad” with 10 rhyming schemes which makes the poem with maximum rhyming shceme a new Official World Record in the category: Most number of Rhyming Patterns Used in a Single Poem.
It’s a youth poem, and the theme are the words of the father explaining to son that the world is not The happy place that we imagine. It’s a motivational poem.
The 10 different rhyming structures are: Alternate structure; Ballad rhyming structure; Monorhyme; Couplet; Triplet; Enclosed Rhyming; Terza Rima; Keats odes; Limerick; and Contemporary Villanelle. Structure of poem:- The poem has 10 different rhyming structures.
The first 16 lines in the poem has alternate Rhyming structure- ABAB,CDCD,EFEF,GHGH. The next 12 lines has a ballad rhyming structure- ABABBCBC-BCBC. The next 4 lines has a monorhyme structure-AAAA.
The next 8 lines has Couplet rhyming structure- AA BB CC DD. The next 6 lines has a triplet rhyming structure- AAA BBB. The next 4 lines has an enclosed Rhyming structure- ABBA.
The next 12 lines has Terza Rima Rhyming structure- ABA BCB CDC DED.
The next 10 lines has Keats odes rhyming structure- ABAB CDE CDE. The next 5 lines has a Limerick Rhyming structure- AABBA. And the last 19 lines has Contemporary Villanelle Rhyming structure- ABA ABA ABA ABA ABA ABAA.
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