Into The Golden Vessel Of Great Song Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Into the golden vessel of great songA
Let us pour all our passion breast to breastB
Let other lovers lie in love and restB
Not we articulate so but with the tongueC
Of all the world the churning blood the longA
Shuddering quiet the desperate hot palms pressedB
Sharply together upon the escaping guestB
The common soul unguarded and grown strongA
Longing alone is singer to the luteD
Let still on nettles in the open sighE
The minstrel that in slumber is as muteD
As any man and love be far and highE
That else forsakes the topmost branch a fruitD
Found on the ground by every passer byE

Edna St. Vincent Millay


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