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

Rhyme Scheme: ABACDEFGH IJK LMN HO

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
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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
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What is the knockingL
What is the knocking at the door in the nightM
It's somebody wants to do us harmN
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No no it is the three strange angelsH
Admit them admit themO

David Herbert Lawrence



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