A Fuzzy Fellow, Without Feet Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A BCDC EFGH IJDK LMIN IHOH

A
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A fuzzy fellow without feetB
Yet doth exceeding runC
Of velvet is his CountenanceD
And his Complexion dunC
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Sometime he dwelleth in the grassE
Sometime upon a boughF
From which he doth descend in plushG
Upon the Passer byH
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All this in summerI
But when winds alarm the Forest FolkJ
He taketh Damask ResidenceD
And struts in sewing silkK
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Then finer than a LadyL
Emerges in the springM
A Feather on each shoulderI
You'd scarce recognize himN
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By Men yclept CaterpillarI
By me But who am IH
To tell the pretty secretO
Of the ButterflyH

Emily Dickinson

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