To My Young Countryman D.h.d. Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Who doubteth when the morning star doth lightA
Her lamp of beauty that the day is comingB
Or where prime odours track the breezes flightA
That rare flowers in the vicinage are bloomingB
Or where the wild bees all about are hummingB
That honey s stored in some near cedar s heightA
Or that the sea is heaving into sightA
When more and more long surgy rolls come boomingB
And surely as the observer understandsC
What each of these foretokens in its kindD
Thy manhood s mental amplitude expandsC
Before me in its omens when I findD
Something of promise fashioned by thy handsC
Some blossom breathing of thy forming mindD

Charles Harpur


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