She Sweeps With Many-colored Brooms, Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCD EFGH AIJK

She sweeps with many colored broomsA
And leaves the shreds behindB
Oh housewife in the evening westC
Come back and dust the pondD
You dropped a purple ravelling inE
You dropped an amber threadF
And now you've littered all the EastG
With duds of emeraldH
And still she plies her spotted broomsA
And still the aprons flyI
Till brooms fade softly into starsJ
And then I come awayK

Emily Dickinson


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