Sound patterns are present in all words, no matter the number of syllables. They make up the sound of spoken language that your ears and brain decipher to give meaning to what the speaker is telling you. You can use these patterns to elevate or depress mood through creating pleasing, or dissonant sound patterns.
The poet can take advantage of the naturally occurring syllable sounds to emphasize their message, expedite cohesiveness, and give orderliness to their poems. There are several methods to create melody in a poem. Here are a few: