Rime Toscane, e Milanesi (1779)
dedicated to Anton-Luigi Recalcati
https://books.google.de/books?id=xf9jAA ... 22&f=false
This is from a poetical dialog between Simon and Valeria, by which Simon gets one page and Valeria the next, each with 24 lines poetry. At this page (94) Simon starts with Tarocch as the last word in the first line, and has then 21 times the ending "-occh" (so totally 22 "-occhs)", adding the last two lines not with "-occh" at the end, but with "-ari".
Valeria at page 93 before had 22 "-ell" endings plus 2 others (-ari), and at page 95 with 22 ending with "-ee", and Simon answers also with "-ee" (page 96; 22 times of course).
What this is good for, I don't know, I found it just amusing to note it. Not all pages of the dialog follow this scheme.
... .-) ... ell - occh - ee - ee ... sounds like an intensive love affair
It seems, that the texts are from Domenico Balestrieri (1714-1780)