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What is Lines formed around paragraphs are called?

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Groups of lines in a poem are called stanzas. They are like paragraphs in a piece of prose writing.

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Because it is formed of pairs of parallel lines.

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Double spaced means 2 lines. Depending on your paragraphs will determine the number of lines.


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