Poems can be very entertaining and noticeable. Some tools that poets use to create effect in their poems are rhyme, word choice, and rhythm. These tools are very helpful in making a good poem. They help keep your poem neat and organized. For instance, rhythm keeps a steady beat wich gives the poem an organized sound. Word choice is very important, because it is the foundation of the meaning of the poem. Rhyme helps keep a good beat too. One poem that has a lot of rhyme in it is: "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take The Garbage Out" by Shel Silverstein. This poem was very interesting because it used rhyme to descibe the large pile of garbage. Those are just some of the tools used in creating poetic effect, and keeping it.