Andrew Carnabuci

A poem that rhymes?

Anglo-Saxon poetry is written in alliterative verse; it never uses rhyme, except for this one sole exception, which scholars have appropriately named “The Rhyming Poem.”  It describes the life of a king, from his rise to power to his eventual downfall. 

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