When improvising a narrative with an end rhyme, like a ballad, it can be hard to find the “right” rhyme word. However, instead of trying so hard, just let the word from your mouth stir. Making the method End rhyme at any cost be the master of command.
When improvising in ballad style, the end rhyme appears at least twice every strophe, and when combining this method with Weaving reuse, you can just go with the flow and let the word you used be used again.
Read more about the typical traits of the ballad on the weaving reuse page.