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Read the poem from "Between the Sliver and the Ash.
In wintertime you will not see
The object of your heart's desire.
The treasure that will set you free
You will not find in earth or fire.
But sand where rocks and pebbles sing
And seek the joyous sounds of spring.

Which element of poetry most gives structure to this poem?

A. the regular rhyme and meter
B. the repetition of words and phrases
C. the length of the poem's lines
D. the length of the poem's stanza

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