except once
Note by A Milnes to Poetical Wonder a chapter of The Life Of Pope

There does not appear to be in the 'Rape of the Lock' any double rhyme which is not common in other portions of Pope's writings; and it is hard to see on what ground Johnson would have pronounced 'unsuccessful' the rhyme in the lines —

'But clear thy wrinkled brow and quit thy sorrow,
I'd scorn your prentice should you die tomorrow Wife of Bath, 1. 124.

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