Lines Sung By Durastanti, When She Took Leave Of The English Stage Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABABAAC CDDDDCC

Generous gay and gallant nationA
Bold in arms and bright in artsB
Land secure from all invasionA
All but Cupid's gentle dartsB
From your charms oh who would runA
Who would leave you for the sunA
Happy soil adieu adieuC
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Let old charmers yield to newC
In arms in arts be still more shiningD
All your joys be still increasingD
All your tastes be still refiningD
All your jars for ever ceasingD
But let old charmers yield to newC
Happy soil adieu adieuC

Alexander Pope



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