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both prose and poetry may have rhythm and rhyme, they are most apparent in
poetry. Rhythm is a sound pattern based on stressed and unstressed syllables.
Rhyme is two or more words that have a corresponding sound, especially at the
end of the word, as in "light" and "night." Poets often
place rhyming words at the end of a line, but they may also place them in the
middle of a line, which is called interior rhyme.
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