Song Of Four Faries Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

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Fire Air Earth and WaterA
Salamander Zephyr Dusketha and BreamaB
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SalamanderA
Happy happy glowing fireA
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ZephyrA
Fragrant air delicious lightC
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DuskethaD
Let me to my glooms retireE
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BreamaB
I to the green wood rivers brightC
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SalamanderA
Happy happy glowing fireA
Dazzling bowers of soft retireE
Ever let my nourish'd wingF
Like a bat's still wanderingF
Faintly fan your fiery spacesG
Spirit sole in deadly placesG
In unhaunted roar and blazeH
Open eyes that never dazeH
Let me see the myriad shapesI
Of men and beasts and fish and apesI
Portray'd in many a fiery denJ
And wrought by spumy bitumenK
On the deep intenser roofL
Arched every way aloofL
Let me breathe upon their skiesM
And anger their live tapestriesN
Free from cold and every careO
Of chilly rain and shivering airO
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ZephyrA
Spirit of Fire away awayP
Or your very roundelayQ
Will sear my plumage newly buddedC
From its quilled sheath all studdedC
With the self same news that fellQ
On the May grown AsphodelQ
Spirit of Fire away awayP
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BreamaB
Spirit of Fire away awayP
Zephyr blue ey'd Faery turnR
And see my cool sedge bury'd urnR
Where it rests its mossy brimB
'Mid water mint and cresses dimB
And the flowers in sweet troublesS
Lift their eyes above the bubblesS
Like our Queen when she would pleaseN
To sleep and Oberon will teazeN
Love me blue ey'd Faery trueT
Soothly I am sick for youT
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ZephyrA
Gentle Breama by the firstC
Violet young nature nurstC
I will bathe myself with theeD
So you sometimes follow meD
To my home far far in westC
Beyond the nimble wheeled questC
Of the golden browed sunK
Come with me o'er tops of treesN
To my fragrant palacesN
Where they ever floating areU
Beneath the cherish of a starU
Call'd Vesper who with silver veilQ
Ever hides his brilliance paleQ
Ever gently drows'd doth keepV
Twilight for the Fayes to sleepV
Fear not that your watery hairO
Will thirst in drouthy ringlets thereO
Clouds of stored summer rainsN
Thou shalt taste before the stainsN
Of the mountain soil they takeW
And too unlucent for thee makeW
I love thee crystal Faery trueT
Sooth I am as sick for youT
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SalamanderA
Out ye aguish Faeries outC
Chilly lovers what a routC
Keep ye with your frozen breathD
Colder than the mortal deathD
Adder eye'd Dusketha speakX
Shall we leave these and go seekX
In the earth's wide entrails oldC
Couches warm as their's are coldC
O for a fiery gloom and theeD
Dusketha so enchantinglyQ
Freckle wing'd and lizard sidedC
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DuskethaD
By thee Sprite will I be guidedC
I care not for cold or heatC
Frost and flame or sparks or sleetC
To my essence are the sameB
But I honour more the flameB
Spirit of Fire I follow theeD
Wheresoever it may beD
To the torrid spouts and fountainsN
Underneath earth quaked mountainsN
Or at thy supreme desireA
Touch the very pulse of fireA
With my bare unlidded eyesN
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SalamanderA
Sweet Dusketha paradiseN
Off ye icy Spirits flyQ
Frosty creatures of the skyQ
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DuskethaD
Breathe upon them fiery spriteC
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Zephyr and BreamaB
Away away to our delightC
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SalamanderA
Go feed on icicles while weD
Bedded in tongue flames will beD
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DuskethaD
Lead me to those feverous gloomsN
Sprite of FireA
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BreamaB
Me to the bloomsN
Blue ey'd Zephyr of those flowersN
Far in the west where the May cloud lowersN
And the beams of still Vesper when winds are all wistC
Are shed thro' the rain and the milder mistC
And twilight your floating bowersN

John Keats



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