Part One: King Pausole and the Wican Rede in Wican Ethics by David Richard Jones.

“Always in rhyme they are, there is something queer about rhyme. I have tried, and the same seem to lose their power if you miss the rhyme. Also in rhyme, the words seem to say themselves. You do not have to pause and think: ‘What comes next?’ Doing this takes away much of your intent.” [via]