"me Thinks This Heart..." Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Me thinks this heart should rest awhileA
So stilly round the evening fallsB
The veiled sun sheds no parting smileA
Nor mirth nor music wakes my HallsB
I have sat lonely all the dayC
Watching the drizzly mist descendD
And first conceal the hills in greyC
And then along the valleys wendD
And I have sat and watched the treesE
And the sad flowers how drear they blowF
Those flowers were formed to feel the breezeE
Wave their light leaves in summer's glowF
Yet their lives passed in gloomy woeF
And hopeless comes its dark declineG
And I lament because I knowF
That cold departure pictures mineG

Emily Jane Bronta<<


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