The ballad is a short narrative poem with multiple stanzas of four lines each and it usually uses a refrain.

The story originates from a wide range of subjects, but it most frequently focuses on folklore or popular legends.

Ballads are usually suitable for singing and are generally written with the last words of the second and fourth lines rhyming.

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