A Fragment: When, To Their Airy Hall Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


When to their airy hall my father's voiceA
Shall call my spirit joyful in their choiceA
When poised upon the gale my form shall rideB
Or dark in mist descend the mountains sideB
Oh may my shade behold no sculptured urnsA
To mark the spot where earth to earth returnsA
No lengthen'd scroll no praise encumber'd stoneC
My epitaph shall be my name aloneC
If that with honour fail to crown my clayD
Oh may no other fame my deeds repayD
That only that shall single out the spotE
By that remember'd or with that forgotE

George Gordon Byron


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