A Nosegay Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Say crimson Rose and dainty DaffodilA
With Violet blueB
Since you have seen the beauty of my saintC
And eke her viewB
Did not her sight fair sight you lonely fillA
With sweet delightD
Of goddess' grace and angels' sacred teintD
In fine most brightD
Say golden Primrose sanguine Cowslip fairE
With Pink most fineF
Since you beheld the visage of my dearG
And eyes divineF
Did not her globy front and glistering hairE
With cheeks most sweetD
So gloriously like damask flowers appearG
The gods to greetD
Say snow white Lily speckled GillyflowerG
With Daisy gayH
Since you have viewed the Queen of my desireG
In her arrayH
Did not her ivory paps fair Venus' bowerG
With heavenly gleeI
A Juno's grace conjure you to requireG
Her face to seeI
Say Rose say Daffodil and Violet blueB
With Primrose fairG
Since ye have seen my nymph's sweet dainty faceJ
And gesture rareG
Did not bright Cowslip blooming Pink her viewB
White Lily shineF
Ah Gillyflower ah Daisy with a graceJ
Like stars divineF

John Reynolds


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