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6. Which best describes rhythm in poetry?
A. a beat created by stressed and unstressed syllables
B. a repetition of vowel and and consonant sounds at the end of words.
C. A repetition of consonant sound at the beginning of words.
D. the use of words that imitate sounds

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  1. You'd have had the answer in two minutes if you'd Googled "rhythm in poetry."

    http://literarydevices.net/rhythm/

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