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sight rhyme

n.
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sight′ rhyme`



n.
similarity in spelling of the ends of words or of lines of verse, as in have, grave. Also called eye rhyme.
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'Too' in stanza 3 likewise resonates with 'look' in the preceding strophe while 'mourn' offers a partial sight rhyme with 'hours'.
Let me give you a few examples of sight rhyme. (You don't have to take notes.
Eye rhymes (or sight rhymes) are words that look like rhymes bur they don't sound like rhymes.