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Posts Tagged ‘rhyming’

Barack Obama Reads Green Eggs & Ham by Dr. Seuss

In honor of National Poetry Month, we’ve dug up a video of President Barack Obama reading a poetic Dr. Seuss story out loud.

As Obama prepared to read, he announced: “I am going to try to do the best rendition ever of Green Eggs and Ham.”

Do you think he accomplished his goal?

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Free Rhyming Dictionary Online

Believe it or not, this GalleyCat editor once attempted to write a private detective epic poem. The project stalled for many reasons, but primarily because we are TERRIBLE at making rhymes.

To help all the struggling poets in the audience, we’ve uncovered Free Online Rhyming Dictionary.

The online tool allows poets to select from six different kinds of rhymes. End Rhymes (blue/shoe), Last Syllable Rhymes (timber/harbor), Double Rhymes (conviction/prediction), Triple Rhymes (frightening/brightening), Beginning Rhymes (physics/fizzle), and First Syllable Rhymes (carrot/caring). For $19.99, you can download a desktop copy of the dictionary with a host of other features.

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