The term stanza refers to a single, related chunk of lines in poetry. It basically refers to one unit or group of lines, which forms one particular faction in poetry. The most basic kind of stanza is usually 4 lines per group, with the simplest rhyme scheme “a-b-a-b” being followed.

“The greedy paddy cat,

Chased after the mice;

She got so round and fat,

But it tasted so nice”

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