A. dirge
B. refrain
C. lullaby
D. verse

Correct Answer:

Option B – refrain


In poetry, a refrain is a repeated word, line, or group of lines that appears at the end of a stanza. Refrain is a poetic device that uses repetition to place emphasis on a set of words or an idea within a poem. Refrains appear at regular intervals throughout a poem to create a unique rhyme scheme and give the poem its particular rhythm.

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