The Trembling Willow Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


A willow trembles in the breezeA
And stoops in awe as angels sneezeA
Quaking feebly to its kneesA
Bending doleful if you pleaseA
A day as this when squalls blow wildB
The willow cries as like a childB
Deserted sad forlorn beguiledB
All aloof left out exiledB
Now her branches droop awayC
Blenching down throughout the dayC
Keeping blusts of gusts at bayC
Protected from the rainy sprayC
Underfoot a lonely duckD
Shelters in a babbling brookE
Dabbling in a shady nookE
She safe and sound her haven tookE
Then up above the daylight seepsF
In the sky the sunlight peepsF
Thankful for the path she keepsF
The trembling willow gently weepsF

Alan S Jeeves
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