Rhyme is an important part of poetry and most people are familiar with poems in which the words at the ends of the lines of a verse rhyme. However, there are other, less common yet interesting forms of rhyme too, like monorhymes and internal rhymes.

A monorhyme poem is one in which every line of the poem ends with the identical rhyme. Monorhyme poems, which are common in Welsh, Latin and Arabic poetry, can have any number of lines.Example:SUNDAYThe sun rises in the same way on Sunday,As it does on any other weekday.The air circulates in the sam
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