Hamilton is technically a musical rather than a play; the terms do have some crossover in that some play have music in them, but they aren’t interchangeable terms.

An internal rhyme is when a word in the middle of a line rhymes with:

- a word in the middle of the next line; or

- a word at the end of the line.

A very simple example is:

Burr: You spit, I’mma sit

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