March Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABB CCDD EEFF AAGG HIJD

The Sun at noon to higher airA
Unharnessing the silver PairA
That late before his chariot swamB
Rides on the gold wool of the RamB
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So braver notes the storm cock singsC
To start the rusted wheel of thingsC
And brutes in field and brutes in penD
Leap that the world goes round againD
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The boys are up the woods with dayE
To fetch the daffodils awayE
And home at noonday from the hillsF
They bring no dearth of daffodilsF
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Afield for palms the girls repairA
And sure enough the palms are thereA
And each will find by hedge or pondG
Her waving silver tufted wandG
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In farm and field through all the shireH
The eye beholds the heart's desireI
Ah let not only mine be vainJ
For lovers should be loved againD

A. E. Housman



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