rhymester

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rhymester

, rimester, rhymer, rimer
a poet, esp one considered to be mediocre or mechanical in diction; poetaster or versifier
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Under the initiative, the state government headed by chief minister Nitish Kumar has invited compositions from lyricists and rhymesters on various subjects related to forests and wildlife.
An example of by just how much came two months ago on a bleak winter's night at Birkenhead's Pacific Road Arts Centra Headlining was the punk poet of legend, the human stick insect John Cooper Clarke, whose quick-fire genius - composed of vitriolic wit and ruthless observation delivered in a whining Salford accent - inspired a whole new generation of northern rhymesters.
Coined in 1983 by three Nigerian critics-Chinweizu, Onwuchekwa femme, and Ihechuckwu Madubuike-orature denotes the form of literature most amenable to implementation by socio-politically marginalized, racial and religious minorities, and post-colonial peoples, many of whom may never "get into print," but almost all of whom readily "comeinvoice:' Thus, "Dub" poets, Spoken Word poets, Hip-Hop rhymesters, Calypsonians, singer-songwriters (including the 2004 Nobel Prize for Literature nominee Bob Dylan), "storytellers" (hear Lousie-Miss Lou-Bennett of Jamaica), folklore presenters, orators (Malcolm X, Angela Davis, Fidel Castro, etc.
Collectors, Rhymesters, and Drummers" also pays homage to Woolfs style in fiction, but here the focus on rhythm has less to do with syllables than with visual imagery and the music of prose.