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  1. Harold Rhenisch says:

    Here’s a thought in elaboration. In his book “The Pound Era”, Hugh Kenner explores the idea of a “subject rhyme”, rather than a sound-rhyme, as a means of poetic organization. One way to understand that is that the experience is unrepeatable but occurs in rhyme with preceding (and following) experience, in the way each member of a family is unique over the generations and yet related, sometimes closely.

  2. Nothing is repeatable. There is newness to everyting. Thank you Sigrun, Micheline

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