Joan Of Arc Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


This word had Merlin said from of oldA
That out of the Oak Tree ShadeB
In the day of France's direst duleC
God's hand should send a MaidB
And where Domremy by BurgundyD
Sits crowned with its oakenshawE
Even there Joan d'Arc the Maid of God's ArkF
The light of the day first sawG
Where spirits go what man may knowH
Yet this may of man be saidI
That when Time is o'er and all hath sufficedJ
Shall the world's chief Christ fire rise to ChristJ
From the ashes of Joan the MaidB

Dante Gabriel Rossetti


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