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The diagonal is a form based on overlapping internal rhymes:

- every rhyme consists of a fixed number of syllables, usually 4 (but you can experiment with the number)

- the number of rhymes per line grows with every line until the maximum number, and then it decreases again, creating a diagonal pattern

- you can add as many rhymes as you want, and the maximum number of rhymes per line is also up to you - 2 is simplest, and with increasing the number it's getting more difficult.

- Here is the rhyming scheme with maximum of 2 rhymes per line. You can continue as far as you want, just remember to end with one rhyme (principially it's just a different form of the aabb scheme):

a
a b
  b c
     c d
        d e
           e  ...   
              ...

- Wih 4 rhymes/line it would be:

a
a b
a b c
a b c d
   b c d ...
     c d ...
        d ...
          ...
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deinktvis Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012  Student Writer
got the folder made and opened :)
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MirachRavaia Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
cool!
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