In the literary genre of lyricism, there are various rhymes, also rhymes. The rhyme is generally the consonance of words according to their last accentuated vowel. When words or syllables are similar, then they rhyme. Reime forms can be ordered by means of the number of syllables, the position in verse, the phonological, morphological-lexical structure, or a clear rhyme schema. The following is an overview of the various types of rhymes.
Question: Are several forms of rhymes possible?.
In the above overview of the rhyme types, it becomes clear that some of the characteristics of the different rhymes certainly duplicate each other. Furthermore, there are examples which could be added to several rhymes. The question now is whether a word or a word sequence can also fulfill the characteristics of several rhymes. The simple answer: Yes. Naturally. This is quite common. An example:
A loud bang and it frightened Kraken,
Hooks loosened and sheets,
tear from colorful board beds.
The above example combines numerous rhymes from the previous overview. Here, the words are frightened and octopuses in the first verse a stroke rhyme, with the nouns hooks and octopuses forming an overriding rhyme. Hooks and sheets are, in turn, an overlaying rhyme, with octopuses and sheets also forming a pair of rhymes, which is bosky and feminine. In other words, the noun Kraken makes several rhymes form with other words. The last verse is, moreover, a staff rime (colorful board beds).