The Trembling Willow Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AAAA BBBB CCCC DEEE FFFF

A willow trembles in the breezeA
And stoops in awe as angels sneezeA
Quaking feebly to its kneesA
Bending doleful if you pleaseA
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A day as this when squalls blow wildB
The willow cries as like a childB
Deserted sad forlorn beguiledB
All aloof left out exiledB
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Now her branches droop awayC
Blenching down throughout the dayC
Keeping blusts of gusts at bayC
Protected from the rainy sprayC
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Underfoot a lonely duckD
Shelters in a babbling brookE
Dabbling in a shady nookE
She safe and sound her haven tookE
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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
(C) All Rights Reserved. Poem Submitted on 10/24/2020



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