The Cheerful Moment Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Too weary to walkA
Her feeble feet though fairlyB
Strolling to the field no shockC
Although her legs seemed wearyB
She kept cheeringD
Her best team winningD
At noon almost darknessE
Dim but no candleF
The players kept firmnessE
Their referee too gentleF
Nobody made a complainG
Grandma was always happyB
Oh What a sudden momentH
Grandma too silent to chantI
Her belly almost bentJ
Too sad no sign almost bluntH
Grandma is goneK
Just at the middle of the fieldL
Game overM

Francis Omariba
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