A rhyme is arepetition of similar sounding words, occurring at the end of lines in poems or songs. A rhyme is a tool utilizing repeating patterns that bringrhythmor musicality to poems. This differentiates them from prose, which is plain. A rhyme is employed for the specific purposeof rendering a pleasing effect to a poem, which makes its recital an enjoyable experience. Moreover, it offers itself as a mnemonic device, smoothing the progress of memorization.Various Types of RhymePoems written in English employ the following types of rhyme:Perfect RhymeA perfect rhyme is a case in which two words rhyme in such a way that their final stressed vowel, and all subsequent sounds, are identical. For instance, sight and light, right and might, and rose and dose.General RhymeThe term general rhyme refers to a variety of phonetic likenesses between words.Syllabic Rhyme– Bottle and fiddle, cleaver and silver, patter and pitter are examples of syllabic rhyme: words having a similar sounding last syllable, but without a stressed vowel.