What is the Rhyme Scheme of the Poem Sonnet 138?

What is the Rhyme Scheme of the Poem Sonnet 138?

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  1. Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 138” is an example of a classic sonnet. This signifies that there are fourteen lines altogether, divided into two sets of quatrains and one set of six lines (sestet). They rhyme in the same way as most of Shakespeare’s sonnets do i.e  ABABCDCDEFEFGG.

     

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