A Paragraph In A Poem Is Called A Can You Help?


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B. A stanza is the correct answer
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A sonnet is a poem which is rhyming and small with a precise formation consisting of fourteen rows.

Conversely a stanza is a division within a bigger poem often referred to as a verse in music. Stanza comprises of lines frequently having a particular outline of rhyme.

On the other hand a ballad is a song generally set to music having an anecdote within it. Any story can be enlightened in a ballad varying from chronological accounts or fairy tales in lines.

Where as a passage can be including a prologue, verse and finale in music or a set of verses making an entity appropriate for public comprehension from a transcript, referred to as sacred scripture.

So as per the options given the paragraph in a poem is b. Stanza.

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