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What is the difference between poem and rhyme?


 

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    Angela Turner (The Heurist) 5 months ago

    A poem doesn't have to rhyme and a rhyme isn't necessarily a poem.

    A rhyme does have to rhyme, though.

    My own interpretation is that a poem usually has a message, a point or a feeling. A rhyme can be much looser and in some ways more frivolous I g