Sonnet Xiv Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


OH crystal eyes in which my image layA
While I was near as in a fountain's waveB
Let it not in like manner pass awayA
When I am gone for I am Love's true slaveB
And in my eyes thine image dwells enshrinedC
Like one who dazzled hath beheld the sunD
So that to other beauty I am blindC
And scarce distinguish what I gaze uponE
Let it be thus with thee By all our vowsF
By the true token ring upon thy handG
Let such remembrance as my worth allowsF
Between thee and each bright temptation standG
That I in those clear orbs on my returnH
As in the wave's green depth my shadow may discernH

Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton


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