The Sin Of Hamlet Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCDEFB GHIJ

The horns in the harbor booming vaguelyA
Fog forgotten yesterday conclusionB
Nostalgic noising dim sorrow callingC
To sleep is it I think so and childhoodD
Not the door opened and the stair descendedE
The voice answered the choice announced theF
Trigger touched in the sharp declarationB
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And when it comes escape is small the doorG
Creaks the worms of fear spread veins the furtiveH
Fugitive looking backward sees hisI
Ghost in the mirror his shameful eyes his mouth diseasedJ

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