Sorry, me again.
French does have rhymes, try this one:
Gal, amant de la reine, alla (tour magnanime)
Gallament de l'arène à la Tour Magne à Nîmes.
This is an (extreme) example of a 'rich' rhyme, i.e. with more than one syllable rhyming. In this case it's a whole twelve-syllable Alexandrine couplet with both lines sounding exactly the same.
(I hope the line breaks come out all right, I'm a bit thick).