Theory:

Rhyming words are found at the end of each line in a poem. Rhyming words have a similar sound and makes it easy to read the poem. For easy understanding, the rhyming words are emphasized.
The Banyan is the largest of trees,
The Peepul quivers in the breeze,
The Coconut grows up straight andtall,
The Neem tree's fruits are verysmall,
The Tamarind gives us pleasant shade,
The Date’s leaf is as sharp as a blade,
The Teak tree gives us useful wood,
The Mango gives us fruit that is good.  
Rhyming words in this poem are:
  1. Trees - breeze
  2. Tall - small
  3. Shade - blade
  4. Wood - good
Reference:
State Council of Educational Research and Training (2019). Term-1 English Standard-6. Trees - Sara Coleridge (pp. 123-124). Published by the Tamil Nadu Textbook and Educational Services Corporation.