There are several tags which do not identify an element relating to the puzzle (or its solution) itself, but rather identify how the puzzle is presented. This is most notable with tags relating to poetry, e.g. poetry, limerick, haiku. The rhyme tag is often used simply as the tag description states, although there are exceptions where the use of rhyme is part of the solution(s), e.g. these questions. The story tag is also one I would put into this category.
Only the rhyme tag has any followers (and only 1 at that), and I am unsure why one would use any of the other tags as filters. So is there some other advantage to using tags which only describe how a puzzle is presented?