Up And-down Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


The sun is gone downA
And the moon's in the skyB
But the sun will come upC
And the moon be laid byB
The flower is asleepD
But it is not deadE
When the morning shinesF
It will lift its headE
When winter comesG
It will die No noH
It will only hideI
From the frost and snowH
Sure is the summerJ
Sure is the sunK
The night and the winterJ
Away they runK

George Macdonald


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