The Song Of A Man Who Has Come Through Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Not I not I but the wind that blows through meA
A fine wind is blowing the new direction of TimeB
If only I let it bear me carry me if only it carry meA
If only I am sensitive subtle oh delicate a winged giftC
If only most lovely of all I yield myself and am borrowedD
By the fine fine wind that takes its course though the chaos of the worldE
Like a fine and exquisite chisel a wedge blade insertedF
If only I am keen and hard like the sheer tip of a wedgeG
Diven by invisible split we shall come at the wonder we shall find the HesperidesH
Oh for the wonder that bubbles into my soulI
I would be a good fountain a good well headJ
Would blur no whisper spoil no expressionK
What is the knockingL
What is the knocking at the door in the nightM
It's somebody wants to do us harmN
No no it is the three strange angelsH
Admit them admit themO

David Herbert Lawrence


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