To Leonora (3) Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABBCCDD

Naples too credulous ah boast no moreA
The sweet voiced Siren buried on thy shoreA
That when Parthenope deceas'd she gaveB
Her sacred dust to a Chalcidic graveB
For still she lives but has exchanged the hoarseC
Pausilipo for Tiber's placid courseC
Where idol of all Rome she now in chainsD
Of magic song both Gods and Men detainsD

John Milton



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