Teignmouth: "some Doggerel," Sent In A Letter To B. R. Haydon Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A BCCDEED A FFGHHG A IICJJC K LLMNNM K OOCKKC K PPNNNN K PPJNNJ

IA
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Here all the summer could I stayB
For there's Bishop's teignC
And King's teignC
And Coomb at the clear Teign headD
Where close by the streamE
You may have your creamE
All spread upon barley breadD
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IIA
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There's Arch BrookF
And there's Larch BrookF
Both turning many a millG
And cooling the drouthH
Of the salmon's mouthH
And fattening his silver gillG
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IIIA
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There is Wild woodI
A Mild hoodI
To the sheep on the lea o' the downC
Where the golden furzeJ
With its green thin spursJ
Doth catch at the maiden's gownC
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IVK
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There is Newton MarshL
With its spear grass harshL
A pleasant summer levelM
Where the maidens sweetN
Of the Market StreetN
Do meet in the dusk to revelM
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VK
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There's the Barton richO
With dyke and ditchO
And hedge for the thrush to live inC
And the hollow treeK
For the buzzing beeK
And a bank for the wasp to hive inC
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VIK
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And O and OP
The daisies blowP
And the primroses are waken'dN
And violets whiteN
Sit in silver plightN
And the green bud's as long as the spike endN
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VIIK
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Then who would goP
Into dark SohoP
And chatter with dack'd hair'd criticsJ
When he can stayN
For the new mown hayN
And startle the dappled PricketsJ

John Keats



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