It is filled with assonances and rude rhymes, usually of one syllable.
There is no rhyme except that which results from the combination of assonances.
Metre: Alliterative long line, of somewhat rude construction, without transitional rhymes or assonances.
The latter are bound together by perfect, imperfect, even inflectional rhymes, and assonances.
All these have something in common; the verse is ten syllables, the correspondences are assonances and not rhymes.
They naively set to work to produce a lyrical picture with the assistance of assonances and tragic vowel sounds.
One derives quite as much satisfaction from the assonances alone as from the complete lines.
The words in question are assonances in the limited sense of the term, and consonantal assonances.
Quantity and elision are ignored, and rhymes, assonances, alliterations and harmonies abound in true Irish fashion.
Alliteration is always observed in the latter half of each line and assonances are found knitting up the half-lines.