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It's worth noting that the vast majority of end rhymes are, in fact, perfect rhymes. And it's also worth noting that there are some sticklers who would argue that, in fact, end rhyme must occur not just in the final word of a line but in the final syllable, and that semirhyme therefore can't ever be an example of end rhyme. But not everyone agrees with that rigid position. You should know that such debates exist, but don't have to worry about "who's right" (unless you feel passionately about one side being right!).
I wish I found some better sounds no one's ever heard I wish I had a better voice that sang some better words I wish I found some chords in an order that is new I wish I didn't have to rhyme every time I sang
Poets use end rhyme for many of the same reasons they use rhyme in general: because it makes language sound more beautiful and thoughtfully-composed, like music. End rhymes can also help to increase the sense of rhythm in poetry, especially in formal verse, where the use of meter means that all lines have the same number of syllables and that end rhymes therefore occur at highly regular intervals. Furthermore, the last word of every line of a poem is naturally emphasized, so placing a rhyme at the end of the line emphasizes the last word even further. These two facts (the regularity and the increased emphasis of end rhymes) create a sense of a beat within the poem. This heightened rhythmic sense not only makes poetry more pleasant to listen to but easier to both understand and memorize.
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On a more personal level, these correspondences provide a tangible connection to the past and humanize our men and women in uniform, capturing their distinct personalities, experiences and aspirations. Through their words, we see them as more than just soldiers, Marines, airmen and sailors. They are a parent, a sibling, a child, a spouse, a fiancé or a best friend. Ultimately, these letters, which are reproduced without spelling or other corrections, ensure that we never forget the sacrifices made for the nation. Here are some of the last thoughts from those who died in action, as only they could express them.
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What words does a convicted criminal choose to be their last before they die? Would they ask for forgiveness or tell their family they'll miss them? Most probably do. Others, however, have other things to say. Here are some of the strangest last words before execution:
While getting strapped to the electric chair, George Appel suddenly found the situation humorous, and delivered those infamous last words. These words quickly spread through the public and became more remembered than his actual crime. He was convicted of first degree murder for killing a police officer, although little is known about that murder.
Robert Charles Towery was executed through lethal injecting, which is ironic considering he was charged for injecting battery acid into his victim before strangling him to death in a 1991 robbery. The victim was a philanthropist who loaned money to Towery on several occasions and used him as his mechanic. During Towery's last moments he apologized to the victim's family and cursed his bad mistakes. The potato reference was a secret message to his nephew. It is a sound that a Harley-Davidson motorcycle makes while the engine is idle, and was a way for saying that everything is okay. 350c69d7ab