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
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
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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