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Sestet:n.A group of six lines of poetry, especially the last six lines of a Petrarchan sonnet.A poem or stanza containing six lines.
In regular writing it is called a paragraph. In poetry it is called a stanza. (not sure on the spelling of that.)
Refrain- A phrase, verse, or group of verses repeated at intervals throughout a song or poem, especially at the end of each stanza
Well, it depends on what kind of verse you are talking about. One definition of verse is a line of poetry. Using that definition, then no. A stanza is a group of lines, not just one. If you mean a verse of a song, then it could be, but it often is not. A stanza is a group of lines in a poem. Translating a poem into a song sometimes works out so that a stanza is one verse, but sometimes it is two stanzas per verse, or even more.
The first stanza of a poem would be the first group of lines that are together. They are separated from the following stanza by a space.
A stanza is a group of lines in poetry with no blank lines in between.Stanzas are like paragraphs in normal writing. They divide one part of the poem from the next part.In a hymn or a song they would be called 'verses'.a stanza is like a paragraph. divided pieces of a poemIn poetry, a stanza is a unit within a large poem.In modern poetry, the term is often equivalent with strophe;in popular vocal music, a stanza is typically referred to as a "verse"(distinct from the refrain,or chorus").A stanza consists of a grouping of lines, set off by a space, usually has a set pattern of meter and rhyme.In traditional English-language poems, stanzas can be identified and grouped together because they shared a rhyme scheme or a fixed number of lines. In much modern poetry,stanzas may be arbitrarily presented on the printed page because of publishing conventions that employ such feature as white space or punctuation.stan·zanounEtymology:Italian, stay, abode, room, stanza, from Vulgar Latin *stantia stay - more at STANCEDate: 1589: a division of a poem consisting of a series of lines arranged together in a usually recurring pattern of meter and rhyme : STROPHEA unit of poetry, often a group of 4 lines. A stanza is a part, or a verse, of a poem, typically composed of multiple lines.
Stanza is a group of lines in a writing. It differentiates parts of speech from one another.
A stanza break is a blank line between the stanzas (a group of lines) in a poem.
A stanza. (or known as a verse!)
The major divisions of poems are call stanzas. They aren't always dictated by rhyme, since not all poems rhyme. However, when you have a group of lines, then a blank line, and then another group of lines, the groups of lines are called a stanza.
A group of words in a poem is called a stanza. Shannon Age 11
A stanza, commonly known as a verse.
a group of lines in a poem seperated by a space
There is no plural for the group noun "poetry." There are forms that might seem to require a plural, but these should mostly be rewritten to accommodate the group meaning.
A stanza is a group of lines within a poem, that serves as the poem's building block. A two-line stanza is called a couplet.
The group of lines continued in a same number till the end of a poem,some time it has rhyming words also is called a stanza in a poem.
A group of lines that form a separate part of a poem is called a stanza.
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If you mean interest group, it is a group of people who gather together for a common interest. Such as poetry or knitting.