A Party Of Lovers Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Pensive they sit and roll their languid eyesA
Nibble their toast and cool their tea with sighsA
Or else forget the purpose of the nightB
Forget their tea forget their appetiteB
See with cross'd arms they sit ah happy crewC
The fire is going out and no one ringsD
For coals and therefore no coals Betty bringsD
A fly is in the milk pot must he dieE
By a humane societyF
No no there Mr Werter takes his spoonG
Inserts it dips the handle and lo soonG
The little straggler sav'd from perils darkH
Across the teaboard draws a long wet markH
Arise take snuffers by the handleI
There's a large cauliflower in each candleI
A winding sheet ah me I must awayJ
To No just beyond the circus gayJ
'Alas my friend your coat sits very wellK
Where may your tailor live ' 'I may not tellK
O pardon me I'm absent now and thenL
Where might my tailor live I say againL
I cannot tell let me no more be teaz'dF
He lives in Wapping might live where he pleas'd 'M

John Keats


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