Many poems follow some sort of rhyme scheme--AABBA, ABAB etc. This is generally an end rhyme; the rhyming words come at the end of each successive line. Generally the rhyme ends up even, and each line is a complete phrase, if not a complete sentence.

And then... there are these.

If you write out the poem or lyrics in lines, they ''will'' rhyme... so long as you cut words between two lines. [[SerialEscalation Or three, but that would get silly]].

Tends to overlap with a LeastRhymableWord, as a way of getting around it (without "chilver" or "doorhinge").

Please note that the word has to be ''completed'' for this to work. Otherwise it's an abbreviation, a CurseCutShort, or a SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion.

This is the extreme form of what is technically known as "enjambment," spreading a phrase or sentence over two lines instead of fitting each thought to its own line.
* In ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'', Ratigan's VillainSong "The World's Greatest Criminal Mind" includes this line:
-->An even grimmer
-->Plan has been simmer-
-->-ing in my great criminal brain!
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', the song "Deliver Us" includes the following line:
-->Help us now,
-->in this dark hou-
* In ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', the beginning of "Out there" has this back and forth between Frollo and Quasimodo:
-->I am your only friend.
-->You are my one defend-
** And later in "Out there," we have this triplet:
-->Out there, sitting in the sun,
-->Give me one day
-->Out there, all I ask is one,
-->To hold forever
-->Out there, where they all live un-
* The song "Marley and Marley" from ''Film/TheMuppetChristmasCarol'' rhymes "greed" with "needy", "black" with "shackles", and in a cut verse, "part" with "heartless". Since this happens once a verse, it was probably done for artistic purposes.

* Music/TomLehrer
--> Eating an orange
--> While making love
--> Makes for bizarre enj-
--> oyment thereof.
** The opening to Lehrer's song "We'll All Go Together When We Go":
-->When you attend a funeral
-->It is sad to think that sooner or l-
-->ater those you love will do the same for you...
-->And you may have thought it tragic
-->Not to mention other adjec-
-->tives to think of all the weeping they will do...
* "The Way You Look Tonight" (originally from the film ''SwingTime'', now a jazz standard):
-->Oh, but you're lovely,\\
With your smile so warm\\
And your cheeks so soft,\\
There is nothing for m-\\
e but to love you,\\
And the way you look tonight.
* Arlo Guthrie's "Motorcycle Song" (allegedly written while falling off a cliff after trying to play an acoustic guitar while riding a motorcycle):
-->I don't want a pickle\\
Just want to ride on my [[PainfulRhyme motor-sickle]]\\
And I don't want a tickle\\
'Cause I'd rather ride on my motor-sickle
-->And I don't want to die\\
Just want to ride on my motorcy... cle.
-->I knew that it wasn't the best song l ever wrote, but I didn't have time to change it. I was comin' down mighty fast.
* From the Music/CapitolSteps song "The Hardest Rhyme" (to the tune of "The Longest Time"):
-->We can't rhyme Yeltsin\\
We'll have to pull our belts in\\
Do something else in-\\
stead of finding rhymes
* AlanJackson's "Like Red on a Rose" has one:
-->And I love you like only little children love pennies
-->And I love you 'cause I know that I can't do any-
-->thing wrong
* Music/TheDecemberists' "The Legionnaire's Lament":
-->Medicating in the sun\\
Pinched doses of laudanum\\
Longing for the old fecund-\\
-ity of my homeland.
* Music/BobDylan's "Hurricane":
-->We wanna put his ass in stir
-->We wanna pin this triple mur-
-->-der on him
* Comedian and musician Richard Stilgoe's 45-minute poem ''Who Pays The Piper?'', which humorously outlines the history of music from Pan to the present day, contains a song outlining Chopin's life, set to the Minute Waltz, which contains several of these:
-->...and went off to Vienna and Berlin,
-->where he met Hummel and Paganin-
-->-i the great violin virtuoso.
** And:
-->She used to smoke cigars,
-->and would habitually wear trous-
-->-ers, collar, tie and crew cut hair.
* PeterSchickele presented a song based on the name "Mindy", which included the following break:
-->suffer from a vitamin de-
* The Starland Vocal Band's "Afternoon Delight"
-->Rubbin' sticks and stones together makes the sparks ingite
-->and the thought of rubbin' you is getting so excit-

* In the final episode of the first series of ''MitchBenn's Crimes Against Music'', he and Richard Stilgoe are having a satirical song contest; when Stilgoe challenges Benn to continue the song "I went to the supermarket and there I bought an orange", Mitch melts. But he later comes back:
-->Everybody knows ain't nothing rhymes with orange\\
Doesn't matter how much imagination or ing-\\
enuity you use, even words that are foreign j-\\
ust better let it go, ain't nothing rhymes with orange

* "In A Little While" from ''Theatre/OnceUponAMattress'' does this twice:
-->In a little while, just a little while,\\
You and I will be one, two, three, four.\\
In a little while, I will see your smile\\
On the face of my son. To be for-\\
Ever hand in glove\\
Is the way I have it planned[...]
-->My time is at a premium\\
For soon the world will see me a m-\\
aternal bride-to-be
* ''Theatre/ByeByeBirdie'''s "Put On a Happy Face":
-->Wipe off that gloomy mask of tragedy\\
It's not your style\\
You'll look so good that you'll be glad ya de-\\
cided to smile
* From ''{{Theatre/Wicked}}'':
** "A Sentimental Man":
-->And helping you with your ascent al-\\
-lows me to feel so parental
** "Popular":
-->Don't be offended by my frank analysis\\
Think of it as personality dialysis\\
Now that I've chosen to become a pal, a sis-\\
-ter and adviser\\
There's nobody wiser
** Also in "Popular":
-->There's nothing that can stop you\\
From becoming popu-\\
** Frequently in "Defying Gravity":
-->It's time to try / Kiss me goodbye / Just you and I / I'm flying high\\
ing gravity.
* "Ladies In Their Sensitivities" from ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'':
-->When a girl's emergent\\
Probably it's urgent\\
You defer to her gent-\\
-ility, my Lord
* ''Theatre/{{Pippin}}'':
** "Magic to Do":
--->Journey, journey to a spot ex-\\
citing, mystic and exotic[...]\\
Intrigue, plots to bring disaster\\
Humor handled by a master\\
Romance, sex presented pastor-al-ly
** "War is a Science":
--->And if all the ploys we pick to rea-\\
lly work to bring to pass occur\\
We won't have just a victory\\
We'll have ourselves a massacre
* "How I Saved Roosevelt" from ''{{Theatre/Assassins}}'' contains a mid-''letter'' rhyme, which when written down looks sort of like:
-->We'd have been left\\
Of FD\\
* "Superstar" from ''JesusChristSuperstar'':
-->Did you mean to die like that? Was that a mistake, or \\
Did you know your messy death would be a record break\\
* "I Miss The Mountains" from ''Theatre/NextToNormal'':
-->All these blank\\
and tranq-\\
-uil years\\
Seems they've dried up all my tears
* ''Theatre/ALittleNightMusic'':
** "Liaisons" completes a rhyme and a song by having Mme. Armfeldt fall asleep in the middle of a word:
--->In a world where the kings are employers,\\
Where the amateur prevails and delicacy fails to pay,\\
In a world where the princes are lawyers,\\
What can anyone expect, except to recollect liai...
** Carl-Magnus's verse of "A Weekend In The Country" rhymes "item" with "might am(use you)."
** "Night Waltz I (The Sun Won't Set)":
--->Perpetual sunset\\
Is rather an unset-\\
Tling thing.
* "It's Hot Up Here" from ''Theatre/SundayInTheParkWithGeorge'':
-->The outer show\\
Of bliss up here\\
Is disappear-\\
Ing dot by dot
* ''Theatre/{{Follies}}'':
** "Love Will See Us Through":
--->'''Young Buddy''': I've some traits, I warn you,\\
To which you'll have objections.\\
'''Young Sally''': I, too, have a cornu-\\
Copia of imperfections.
** "Ah, But Underneath":
--->As changeable as a chameleon,\\
With all that entails,\\
But nobody saw what was really un-\\
Derneath all the veils.

* Daniel F. Wallace
-->''When mired in a problem's confusion,\\
heed not to the boundary illusion.\\
So when rhyming with orange,\\
one has to be more inge-\\
nious to find a solution.''

* ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'' has this during the fight between the Wright Brothers and the [[SuperMarioBrothers Mario Brothers]].
-->'''Luigi''': ''HOW YOU LIKE ME NOW?''\\
'''Mario''': Spit flames out our mouth\\
'''Both''': Like our name was Bow- SER
* Goldentusk's WithLyrics version of the ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' theme does this once; perhaps unnecessarily, since the running rhyme of the song is a long E sound.
-->His sense of life and death and good and e-
-->vil seemed extremely rudimentary
* In one episode of "[[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Doofenshmirtz's Daily Dirt]]", Dr. Doofenshmirtz raps this gem:
-->Can a doctor get a melody or maybe a ''chorus?''
-->Today's rap artists, well, they kind of ''ignore''
-->''A c''ertain older demographic...
* ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'' takes this UpToEleven in "Brand New Day":
-->This appeared
-->as a mor-
-->-al dilemma
-->'cause at first
-->it was weird
-->though I swore
-->to elimi-
-->-nate the worst
-->of the plague
-->that devou-
-->-ered humanity
-->it's true
-->I was vague
-->on the how
-->so how can it be
-->that you...

* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' quotes a playground rhyme that combines this with some {{Inverted|Trope}} CurseCutShort. Snippet:
-->Miss Lucy had a steam boat\\
The steamboat had a bell,\\
Miss Lucy went to heaven and the\\
Steamboat went to...Hell-\\
o operator
:: ''South Park'''s version, however, is much naughtier than the original playground song. Specifically, mention is made of [[CountryMatters "cont-aminated water."]]