Star Light, Star Bright' Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Star that gives a gracious doleA
What am I to chooseB
Oh will it be a shriven soulA
Or little buckled shoesB
Shall I wish a wedding ringC
Bright and thin and roundD
Or plead you send me coveringC
A newly spaded moundD
Gentle beam shall I imploreE
Gold or sailing shipsF
Or beg I hate forevermoreE
A pair of lying lipsF
Swing you low or high awayG
Burn you hot or dimH
My only wish I dare not sayG
Lest you should grant me himH

Dorothy Parker


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