A Mien To Move A Queen Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A BCDDEFGH IIDDJJJ KKKLMN FOPF

A
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A Mien to move a QueenB
Half Child Half HeroineC
An Orleans in the EyeD
That puts its manner byD
For humbler CompanyE
When none are nearF
Even a TearG
Its frequent VisitorH
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A Bonnet like a DukeI
And yet a Wren's PerukeI
Were not so shyD
Of Goer byD
And Hands so slightJ
They would elate a SpriteJ
With MerrimentJ
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A Voice that Alters LowK
And on the Ear can goK
Like Let of SnowK
Or shift supremeL
As tone of RealmM
On Subjects DiademN
-
Too small to fearF
Too distant to endearO
And so Men CompromiseP
And just revereF

Emily Dickinson



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