On Drawings Of The Statues Of Apollo, Venus, And Hercules, Made For Pope By Sir Godfrey Kneller Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCB

What god what genius did the pencil moveA
When Kneller painted theseB
'Twas friendship warm as Phoebus kind as LoveC
And strong as HerculesB

Alexander Pope



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