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What type of poem is this ?

We found his flag one bitter morning
And knew our hopes had come to woe.
We had come pursuing glory
But ended freezing in the snow.

1. The stanza of the poem offers an example of (1 point)
slant rhyme.
end rhyme.
perfect rhyme. *
internal rhyme.

I think its perfect rhyme but not sure. HELP?!!

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