Do We Have This One?
"He was a farmer, then he tried to take his neighbour's land and became a murderer. Now he is a prisoner.
? Oh, and I am open to title suggestions. (That, and proposals for an alternate description; I am not quite sure how to describe this concept. The above examples illustrate it better than my current brief description does.)
This is for when rhyming words are connected, but not by any particular syllable structure, or at least not a recognizable one.
- The Distressed Watcher, on the connections between action and dialogue in the Star Wars series:
"Look back on the epic battle in Return of the Jedi. It wasn't 20 solid minutes of Luke and Darth doing battle with their lightsabers, it was mainly conversation, emotional confrontation, and intellectual persuasion, with violence as punctuation, as a natural outgrowth of the situation.