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Never belong, never guess, never confess is an example of:

a. repetition
b. parallelism
c. rhyme scheme
d. assonance

I think it's B but I'm not sure.

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    I think it could be both a. and b.

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    I'm not sure which one to choose but I was thinking it's parallelism because it lists them with commas.

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    You're probably right.

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