Any good prose is bound to be pervaded by rhythm. But in my opinion, there are different modes of rhythm. There is, to coin a term, quasi-metrical rhythm, a kind of rhythm where similar groups of feet are adjacent to one another, or where metrical runs break off and a new rhythm begins. There is also a kind of rhythm consisting of things that are called cadences. Then, there is rhythm made of the lengths of grammatical phrases. I am sure that, in addition to these, there are other modes of rhythm.
I would like to discuss this topic in this question. If I were to put forth a question for this thread, I guess it would be, "What are all the different modes of rhythm that exist in prose, and where can I find more information about them?"
Of course, I know that variety and repetition also have a lot to do with rhythm, but those are things to be used in all modes, with every type of element of language.