A Dream Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


That was a curious dream I thought the threeA
Great planets that are drawing near the sunB
With such unerring certainty begunB
To talk together in a mighty gleeA
They spoke of vast convulsions which would beA
Throughout the solar system the rare funB
Of watching haughty stars drop one by oneB
And vanish in a seething vapour seaA
I thought I heard them comment on the earthC
That small dark object doomed beyond a doubtD
They wondered if live creatures moved aboutD
Its tiny surface deeming it of worthC
And then they laughed 'twas such a singing shoutD
That I awoke and joined too in their mirthC

Ella Wheeler Wilcox


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