'but' Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Tho we seem to reach the turningA
And the Government is yearningA
To brings us swift releif and make a cutB
In the burden of the taxesC
As fond hope within us waxesD
Sounds like the knell of doom the fatal 'but 'E
Oh that stultifying 'but'B
Every avenue is shutB
That leads to that Nirvana that men must believe in stillF
And a tantalising starG
Gleams as ever yet afarG
As we trudge the weary winding road that ever goes uphillF
Who can doubt the skies are clearingA
Who can doubt good days are nearingA
We are climbing from depression's gloomy rutB
Now from tax relief we'll borrowH
Gladness and today tomorrowH
At the latest end our sorrow surely butB
Oh the aggravating 'but'B
When the poor tax paying muttB
Builds his pretty house of dreams where gold becomes a glutB
Some prosaic politicianI
Coldly lights the whole positionI
With the cold hard light of truth and dreams go phutB

Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis


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