Fortunately, its Kryptonite is the color red, so placing red-colored couplets
around the door as well as the door gods will keep Nian away.
Graham, married to Trudy for 22 years, likes to freshen his poems up with couplets
penned at home and make them relevant to the stations his trains pass through.
Having six thousand couplets
in metrical pattern of motaghareb, Ferdowsi's Shahnameh has tried to make poetry from the book that was considered the collection of national histories, chronicles and epics.
Taken as a whole, the couplet
contains a psychic profile of the free man, the unhindered man.
being translated is that of the last words spoken by the Duke of Venice in Othello: "If virtue no delighted beauty lack, Your son-in-law is far more fair than black".
Step 6: Students write their couplet
on one side of a sheet of art
UNESCO said the "the lively, impromptu oral poetry known as Tsiattista is often performed to the accompaniment of violin or lute in 'jousts' in which one poet-singer attempts to outdo another with clever verses made up of rhyming couplets
Like the heroic couplet
at the end of the Venus and Adonis stanza (which Anne-Marie Thompson wields with absolute ease), or like a lover we haven't even met yet, or like music we didn't know we knew, significance is always there, waiting for us to catch up.
"Un sey umeed baandh baitha hai bewaqoof/Jin sey kabhi hua nahin aaney ka faaida" caught this reviewer's eye as it uses the expression 'aaney ka faida' (aana was one-sixteenth of a rupee in the old days).
One of the primary limitations of the dichotomous key format is that users must begin at the first couplet
and progress sequentially through subsequent couplets
until an identification is made, a restriction that unfortunately implies a hierarchy among the characteristics used to identify a specimen, whether intended or not.
Probably the most important part of the cycle is what I have called the central couplet
, the reciprocal relationship between elevated peroxynitrite (abbreviated PRN) and the depletion of a compound called tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) (see Figure 1 center to below center).
Alas, my attempts at rhyming couplets
seem sadly inadequate compared to those of the bard of Liverpool.