Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with poem:

2 syllables:
do them,
throw them,
to them,
do him,
how am,
owe him,
pro am,
so am,
to him,
who am,
low ebb,
no air,
no head,
to air,
to head,
to hell,
tow head,
drove them,
known them,
knows them,
lose them,
showed them,
shown them,
shows them,
wrote them,
yoke elm,
a home,
aol im,
are home,
as home,
assure them,
crow jim,
do come,
do some,
drove him,
go home,
go some,
how come,
how some,
known him,
knows him,
lose him,
no home,
now come,
now some,
of home,
of rome,
of them,
off them,
on home,
on rome,
on them,
owed him,
pro tem,
showed him,
shown him,
shows him,
so come,
so dimm,
so some,
throw some,
to aim,
to come,
to home,
to some,
to sum,
to whom,
toe jam,
who come,
wrote him,
low end,
no end,
to end,
bone head,
bow net,
close air,
co eds,
cow bell,
cro quette,
do tell,
do well,
does head,
flow net,
go tell,
go well

3 syllables:
unto them,
unto him,
above them,
approach them,
expose them,
above him,
approach him,
cryo em,
destroy them,
employ them,
enjoy them,
chateau where,
embryo where

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