To G. M. T Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABAB CDCD EFEF GHGI AJAJ KLKL MNON

The sun is sinking in the westA
Long grow the shadows dimB
Have patience sister to be blestA
Wait patiently for HimB
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Thou knowest love much love hast hadC
Great things of love mayst tellD
Ought'st never to be very sadC
For thou too hast lov'd wellD
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His house thou know'st who on the brinkE
Of death loved more than thouF
Loved more than thy great heart can thinkE
And just as then loves nowF
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In that great house is one who waitsG
For thy slow coming footH
Glad is he with his angel matesG
Yet often listens muteI
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For he of all men loves thee bestA
He haunts the heavenly clockJ
Ah he has long been up and drestA
To open to thy knockJ
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Fear not doubt not because of thoseK
On whom earth's keen winds blowL
God's love shames all our pitying woesK
Be ready thou to goL
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Forsaken dream not hearts which hereM
Bask in no sunny shineN
Each shall one coming day be dearO
To love as good as thineN

George Macdonald



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