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A sonnet is a poem of fourteen lines which follow a specific rhyming pattern. William Shakespeare was a notable writer of sonnets, writing 154 of them. Shakespeare's rhyming pattern for sonnets was ABAB CDCD EFEF GG (Line A would for example rhyme with every other line also symbolised by A).

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