Shouldn't we save the rhymes for the PoetryL list? :^)

Unless we rhyme in code, then we can still be on topic. Maybe something like...

Wordend    Ifeq     Svwordend
                  eval      wordend = rhyme
Time          Dowle  Totline
                  eval      time  = 1 + time

As for debugging the Coleridge poem...

When Coleridge wrote of Kubla Khan,
        as he imagined it,
the river ran down from Xanadu
to a sea sunLESS, not lit.

Hope this helps! ;^)


Brad Jensen wrote:

> Kathleen Kostuck wrote:
> >
> > It's nice to hear (for once), that my time spent in Latin class wasn't 
> >
> > I've noticed that the people who are most appreciative of poetry are poets. 
> > write your beautiful applications for yourself, and don't expect too much
> > applause from the world at large. Write them that way anyway.
> >
> > Kathleen
> I ccan't here you, you didn't make it rhyme
> If you are God's true poet
> Only you and God will know it.
> Take refuge in your sunny rhmyes
> And wiinter in those warmer climes.
> (see, I really am a poet - a little rusty. It sounds better in
> VB6.)
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