French for "rhymed ends," a Bouts-Rimés poem is
created by one person creating a list of rhymed words and giving it to someone else, who in turn writes lines that end with the rhyming words, in the same order
as given. Said to have been invented by a seventeenth-century French poet named Dulot, Bouts-Rimés poems were popular in the eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries, when they were called "Crambo" in English.