Nicole Fornabaio/Rd.com, shutterstock Poets must be really bummed out that no word rhymes with “month.” It seems like the word “month” would come in handy for love poems that you need to write early in your relationship. As in, “I’ve dated you for almost a month/ Hanging out with you is lots of funth.” That’s just not romantic. If poetry’s not your thing, try out some Valentine’s jokes instead.
Nicole Fornabaio/Rd.com, shutterstock No wonder gold is worth more! Everything rhymes with it! Old, bold, told, sold. However, it’s impossible to rhyme the word silver. Robert Frost penned his famous poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” back in 1923. It starts like this: “Nature’s first green is gold, /Her hardest hue to hold.” Imagine if he’d tried it this way instead:” Nature’s first green is silver/ Her hardest hue to de-lil-ver.” See why poets prefer the word gold?