All Is Well Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Whate'er you dream with doubt possessedA
Keep keep it snug within your breastA
And lay you down and take your restA
And when you wake to work againB
The wind it blows the vessel goesC
And where and whither no one knowsC
'Twill all be well no need of careD
Though how it will and when and whereD
We cannot see and can't declareD
In spite of dreams in spite of thoughtE
'Tis not in vain and not for noughtE
The wind it blows the ship it goesC
Though where and whither no one knowsC

Arthur Hugh Clough


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