Sonnet Viii Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


SILENT companions of the lonely hourB
Friends who can never alter or forsakeC
Who for inconstant roving have no powerB
And all neglect perforce must calmly takeC
Let me return to YOU this turmoil endingD
Which worldly cares have in my spirit wroughtE
And o'er your old familiar pages bendingD
Refresh my mind with many a tranquil thoughtE
Till haply meeting there from time to timeF
Fancies the audible echo of my ownG
'Twill be like hearing in a foreign climeF
My native language spoke in friendly tomeF
And with a sort of welcome I shall dwellH
On these my unripe musings told so wellH

Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton


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