Crumbs To The Birds Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


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
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
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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