Crumbs To The Birds Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AAAAB CCCCB DDDDB

A bird appears a thoughtless thingA
He's ever living on the wingA
And keeps up such a carollingA
That little else to do but singA
A man would guess had heB
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No doubt he has his little caresC
And very hard he often faresC
The which so patiently he bearsC
That listening to those cheerful airsC
Who knows but he may beB
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In want of his next meal of seedsD
I think for that his sweet song pleadsD
If so his pretty art succeedsD
I'll scatter there among the weedsD
All the small crumbs I seeB

Charles Lamb

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