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Answered 2012-04-08 00:49:07

An end rhyme can mean two things in poetry.

The first one is when only the last syllable of two words rhyme with each other. Take the words coaster and grinder, just the "er" is the same sound, and it's the last syllable. This could also take effect in a double syllable rhyme. A double syllable rhyme is when both the last two syllables rhyme in the words. For example, the words toaster and coaster don't start in the same letter, not that they need to, but the last two syllables rhyme: "oaster." In most cases with double syllable end rhyme the who word rhymes, in which case you can just say that it isn't end rhyme, but in reality it still counts. This could be in poetry, though it is not as common as the second type of end rhyme.

The second type of end rhyme is when the last word of a line in a poem rhymes with the last word of another line in a poem. Read the following poem:

In the morning

When I wake

Things seem to shift

The dew outside

Wets my leg

And in my father's arms

Am I lift

In that poem "shift" and "lift" would be considered end rhyme. End rhyme could also be in different stanzas of poetry and also could be in the line following the first.

Those are the two different types of end rhyme, regarding poetry.

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