Sunbeam Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


I pray to the sunbeam from the windowA
It is pale thin straightB
Since morning I have been silentC
And my heart is splitD
The copper on my washstandD
Has turned greenE
But the sunbeam plays on itD
So charminglyF
How innocent it is and simpleG
In the evening calmH
But to me in this deserted templeG
It's like a golden celebrationI
And a consolationI

Anna Akhmatova


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