Spring In War-time Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Now the sprinkled blackthorn snowA
Lies along the lover s laneB
Where last year we used to goA
Where we shall not go againC
In the hedge the buds are newD
By our wood the violets peerE
Just like last year s violets tooD
But they have no scent this yearE
Every bird has heart to singF
Of its nest warmed by its breastG
We had heart to sing last springF
But we never built our nestG
Presently red roses blownH
Will make all the garden gayI
Not yet have the daisies grownH
On your clayI

Edith Nesbit


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