monorhyme

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monorhyme

(ˈmɒnəʊˌraɪm)
n
(Poetry) a poem that has the same rhyme in every line
adj
(Poetry) Also: monorhymed (of poetry or verses) having the same rhyme in each line
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monorhymed format to the stanzas of popular song and balladry.
Two of these additions are to "headnotes," monorhymed sections of the narrative modeled on the Anglo-Norman rhymed laisses of the source, the Roman de Route Chevalerie.
The two poetic prophecies in this edition--one in decasyllabic rhymed couplets, the other in monorhymed alexandrine laisses--are translations into Anglo-Norman of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Latin text of Prophetia Merlini ('Prophecies of Merlin').