Lake Louise Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABB CCDD EEFF

Bluer than Helen's eyes she liesA
Under the blue cloud drifting skiesA
A daughter fair of light and airB
Dropped among warrior mountains thereB
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White glaciers kiss her feet so fleetC
Oh fugitive too rare and sweetC
Will she not fling them off that clingD
And rise a bluebird on the wingD
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Will she not rise and stray awayE
A blue gleam on the brow of dayE
Look still she stays and bright snow whiteF
The glaciers guard her day and nightF

Harriet Monroe



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