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What is the difference between rhyme and rhythm?
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Effect of rhyme in poetry?
The effect of rhyme, like rhythm, is to aid memory. Real poetry can be recited at length because its rhyme and rhythm make it possible for ordinary people to memorize it. No one can recite modern "poetry" beyond a phrase or two, not even its authors, because since it doesn't rhyme and it has no rhythm, no one can remember it.
What is the difference between poetry and short story?
Poetry has a rhyme scheme, where as short stories often tell a story however they want. Often poetry is shorter than short stories, although not always. The main difference between the two, however, is simply that a poem will have a rhyme scheme and consist of verses instead of just sentences. These rhyme schemes can either be that the words actually rhyme with each other ("From childhood's hour I have not been / As other were; I have not seen / As others saw; I could not bring / My passions from a common spring" ["Alone," Edgar Allen Poe], with rhyme scheme of aabb) or may simply consist of words that have a certain rhythm, although it may not rhyme (Haikus are a popular type of poetry that often do not consist of rhyming words. One example: "Fallen sick on a journey, / In dreams I run wildly / Over a withered moor." [Matsuo Basho]. In this case it doesn't rhyme but, if read aloud, you can hear the rhythm, or the rises and dips of the rhythm pattern).