Rhyme Scheme. Mrs. Stephanie Bloss English 8. What Is Rhyme Scheme?. A regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem; Lower case letters are used to indicate the rhyme scheme.
Mrs. Stephanie Bloss
Hickory, dickory, dock,aThe mouse ran up the clock.aThe clock struck one,bAnd down he run.bHickory, dickory, dock.a
Little Miss MuffetaSat on a tuffet, aEating her curds and whey; bAlong came a spider, cWho sat down beside her cAnd frightened Miss Muffet away.b
Baa, baa, black sheep, aHave you any wool? bYes sir, yes sir,c Three bags full;bOne for the master,dAnd one for the dame,eAnd one for the little boyfWho lives down the lane.e
Hush, little baby, don't say a wordMama's gonna buy you a mockin'bird If that mockin'bird don't singMama's gonna buy you a diamond ringIf that diamond ring turns brass,Mama's gonna buy you a looking glassIf that looking glass gets brokeMama's gonna buy you a billy goat
On top of spaghetti,All covered with cheese,I lost my poor meatballWhen somebody sneezed.It rolled off the tableAnd onto the floor,And then my poor meatballRolled right out the door!