Epistrophe is the repetition of a word or phrase throughout the end of each sentence or line, usually for rhetoric or poetic effect.
-- Epistrophe --
Wanted a love life to be wonderful, she thought Verbosities and verisimilitudes, she thought Dillydally, dillydally, where's Sally? She thought Sally's non-existent, just a zephyr, she thought
Setting aside, baking for a new love, she shivered Shyness embraces, and blushes, she quivered Where will their marriage be? Alongside the river? "Wash your eyes," said Sally, so much livelier
Shilly-shally, shilly-shally, tweeted the canary Moving loosely, moving loosely, she's so wary Just being a horse to a carousel, give a dowry "Never love him," Sally and the canary proceeds
"Don't fool yourself," Sally exuberantly replied Tweeting is the canary, as it blatantly decried "Rosie, he's a puppeteer, he'll control you as complied" "Wish you'd open more eyes," said Sally with goodbyes
And the puppeteer man loved her, as she cried And dumping her as crumpled paper, she cried If she didn't fall for him, she'll be fine, she cried Is she listened to their heeds, she'll be fine, she cried
Kinda cliché, an epistrophe, losing some taste Taste it for the sixth time, it's almost like waste Dillydally, dillydally, she doesn't want a love life Shilly-shally, shilly-shally, she went through a strife