Too many needles spoil the cloth.
Too many parrots spoil the talk.
Too many chapped lips spoil the gloss.
Too many teasel burs spoil the paw.
Too many bubbles spoil the froth.
Too many doorbells spoil the knock.
Too many seeds spoil the floss.
Too many feathers spoil the claw.
Too many lightbulbs spoil the moth.
Too many holes spoil the sock.
Too many sunbeams spoil the moss.
Too many kisses spoil the jaw.
Too many wolves spoil the flock.
Too many necks spoil the block.
a figure of speech in which words repeat at the beginning of successive clauses, phrases, or sentences
a recurrence of the same word or phrase two or more times
correspondence of sound between words or the endings of words, especially when these are used at the ends of lines of poetry
A rhyme where the words have similar sounds in their stressed syllables.
A poem with fourteen lines that traditionally uses a fixed rhyme scheme and meter.