A. pun
B. end rhyme
C. internal rhyme
D. paradox

Correct Answer:

Option C – internal rhyme


Internal rhymes are defined by the position of the rhyme within the line of poetry. The placement of rhymes in the middle of lines is what distinguishes internal rhymes from end rhymes, in which rhyming words occur at the ends of lines.
Internal rhyme is also sometimes referred to as “middle rhyme.”

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