Anger Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Anger in its time and placeA
May assume a kind of graceA
It must have some reason in itB
And not last beyond a minuteC
If to further lengths it goD
It does into malice growD
'Tis the difference that we seeE
'Twixt the serpent and the beeE
If the latter you provokeF
It inflicts a hasty strokeF
Puts you to some little painG
But it never stings againH
Close in tufted bush or brakeI
Lurks the poison swell d snakeI
Nursing up his cherished wrathJ
In the purlieux of his pathJ
In the cold or in the warmK
Mean him good or mean him harmL
Whensoever fate may bring youM
The vile snake will always sting youM

Charles Lamb


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