Poems must rhyme, so they say, simply isn't true. For there are others with depth and thought, that truly will just due. A good example of poems that do not rhyme, are the ones they call haiku.
The poet Robert Frost wrote 138 poems and plays; some of those don't rhyme. I'm sure, he wrote more; but some were discarded in time. That is my goal, to write 138 stories, of fall, winter, water, and the garden gate. Just enough, to say I tried; by making my mark before I die.
More poems, odes and limericks too, with feeling and reflection; this is the path for my expression. When in the woods and trail bound; take the one looking for wear, and less traveled on. For your adventure lies upon, that trail.