Sonnet 10 Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Daughter to that good Earl once PresidentB
Of Englands Counsel and her TreasuryC
Who liv'd in both unstain'd with gold or feeC
And left them both more in himself contentB
Till the sad breaking of that ParlamentB
Broke him as that dishonest victoryC
At Chaeronea fatal to libertyC
Kil'd with report that Old man eloquentB
Though later born then to have known the dayesA
Wherin your Father flourisht yet by youD
Madam me thinks I see him living yetB
So well your words his noble vertues praiseA
That all both judge you to relate them trueD
And to possess them Honour'd MargaretB

John Milton


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