In this post, you will find great Rhyme Quotes from famous people, such as Paul Muldoon, James Fenton, Jacob Collier, J. J. Cale, David Zucker. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I believe that these devices like repetition and rhyme are not artificial, that they’re not imposed, somehow, on the language.
It excites me when a person puts their whole self in a song or rhyme, or instrument. It fills me.
Take a simple name like Nicholas: you can rhyme it with ridiculous. If you aren’t too meticulous. You know, every word’s rhymable.
There’s no rhyme or reason to how I dress.
My thing was, I loved music. I played music: I played the saxophone. So the little bit of music knowhow I had, I tried to implement that in every thing I did, from my style, my cadence, the way I tried to pause and stagnate it; that all came from John Coltrane and listening to jazz albums. Trying to rhyme like a jazz player.
All of us suffer some injuries from experiences that seem to have no rhyme or reason. We cannot understand or explain them. We may never know why some things happen in this life. The reason for some of our suffering is known only to the Lord.
A lot of underground hip-hop will inspire me as far as rhyme patterns – really wordy, intelligent lyrics.
Children seem naturally drawn to poetry – it’s some combination of the rhyme, rhythm, and the words themselves.
I write in a mathematical manner. For some of my songs, I rhyme every syllable. It’s a science.
Politicians must be simple and clear about how their ideas will serve the national cause. We can no longer use the complexity of today‘s problems as an excuse for inaction, rhyme or rhetoric that does not meet the challenges before us.
It’s difficult to make your clients understand that there are certain days that the market will go up or down 2%, and it’s basically driven by algorithms talking to algorithms. There’s no real rhyme or reason for that. So it’s difficult. We just try to preach long-term investing and staying the course.
Though my poems are about evenly split between traditionally formal work that uses rhyme and meter and classical structure, and work that is freer, I feel that the music of language remains at the core of it all. Sound, rhythm, repetition, compression – these elements of my poetry are also elements of my prose.
One hundred percent, all your Shakespeare training serves you in the work in musical theater today: specifically in modern musical theater, our soliloquies, and now what we call rap. It’s the reason it’s so easy to learn, because it’s verse; it’s rhyme! It just sticks in the soul very easily.
I think it is interesting to think about the absolute animal relish young people have for rhythm and rhyme.
Assonance is not the enemy of rhyme. It helps us to respect rhyme, which has been spoiled by mechanical use.
In my early 20s, connecting with fiction was a difficult process. There seemed to be little rhyme or reason to what was meaningful, what convinced, and what made sense.
A rhyme doesn’t make a song.
I rarely get recognized, and whenever I do, it has to do with ‘The Leftovers‘ because it came into someone’s life at a particularly important time for them – if they were dealing with grief or loss or whatever tragedy – and they just caught it. And there is no rhyme or reason to the kind of person it is.
Making words rhyme for a living is one of the great joys of my life… That’s a superpower I’ve been very conscious of developing. I started at the same level as everybody else, and then I just listened to more music and talked to myself until it was an actual superpower I could pull out on special occasions.
It’s hard to write a song about reality because reality doesn’t rhyme.
It’s difficult to learn poems off by heart that don’t rhyme.
Emceeing has always been about making the most intellectual, most creative, wittiest rhyme as possible regardless of any subject. It was always about bringing the best out of yourself.
Some people just have a love for words and thinking about words that rhyme.
There’s something so wonderful about writing in rhyme where it isn’t just the meaning of the words, it’s the music to the words and the shape and the sound.
I love poetry. I love rhyming. Do you know, there are poets who don’t rhyme? Shakespeare did not rhyme most of the time, and that’s why I do not like him.
Rappers tend to use words sometimes that just rhyme and don’t really mean nothing.
I wanna rhyme about God.
I would like to see more of the making of just regular television shows. Like the casting process. I think it’s so fascinating to watch the actors come in and see how they discuss everybody afterwards. It’s a crazy world that has no rhyme or reason.
When I did rap and rhyme, it wasn’t just a word that rhymed with another one.
My son, O’Shea. He looks like me, and he can rhyme.
My mother was always fascinated with the fact that I could rhyme so much stuff.
While I was in junior high, I wrote an entire essay in rhyme about manufacturing in New York State. In high school, I won a Scholastic poetry contest.