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What Do You Call a Four Line Stanza?

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A 4-line stanza is known as a quatrain. There are four kinds of these and they are: abba, abab, aabb and aaaa. A stanza is a unit within a larger poem which is often equivalent with strophe as used in popular vocal music.
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A four line stanza is called a Quatrain. The Quatrain has an alternate rhymes in an ABAB pattern as the rhyming lines have a similar number of syllables. An example of a poem that has this style is 'The Tyger' which was written by William Blake ( 1757 - 1827 ).
A four-lined stanza is generally called a quatrain. There are four types of rhymed quatrain; cross-rhyme (abab), envelope-rhyme (abba), clerihew (aabb) and mono-rhymed (aaaa). A stanza is a unit of the whole poem or a verse in the poem.
A four line stanza is known as a quatrain. Quatrains appear in numerous forms and can be seen in poems from the poetic traditions of a variety of ancient civilizations such as Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome and China.
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A 4line stanza is called a quatrain!
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A four line stanza is normally called a Quatrain. So a poem written in four line stanzas would be a poem in quatrains.
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A stanza is a unit within a larger poem. Means "room" in Italian. There is no word for 4 lines of a stanza, because it is probably a stanza in itself.
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