These three lines
Could have been rhyming
But they would not have answered your question.
The above three lines do, though.
To steady the rhythm
It can have 1, 2 or 3 lines of symmetry.
3 non-coplanar (pairwise) lines for 3 dimensional space.
A Tercet is 3 lines of a poem all with the same rhyming sound.
It uses rhyming pairs of lines.
There is no answer such as for this one. When you try to create a rhyming poem, when it doesn't rhyme, then it is called Non-Rhyming Poem.
Basically, theres no specific name its just rhyming poems.
In the poem "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud", also known as "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth, these are the rhyming words:Verse 1 Lines 1 & 3: Cloud + crowdVerse 1 Lines 2 & 4: Hills + daffodilsVerse 1 Lines 5 & 6: Trees + breezeVerse 2 Lines 1 & 3: They + gayVerse 2 Lines 2 & 4: Glee + companyVerse 2 Lines 5 & 6: Thought + broughtVerse 3 Lines 1 & 3: Lie + eyeVerse 3 Lines 2 & 4: Mood + solitudeVerse 3 Lines 5 & 6: Fills + daffodils
A ballad is a narrative poem with four line stanzas with the second and fourth lines rhyming.
All rhyming poetry.
14 lines, with rhyming couplets in the last 2 lines.
It's fairly easy, you follow an AABB pattern with the first two lines rhyming and the last two lines rhyming also.