Trees Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A BB CC DD EE FF BB

For Mrs Henry Mills AldenA
I think that I shall never seeB
A poem lovely as a treeB
A tree whose hungry mouth is prestC
Against the earth's sweet flowing breastC
A tree that looks at God all dayD
And lifts her leafy arms to prayD
A tree that may in Summer wearE
A nest of robins in her hairE
Upon whose bosom snow has lainF
Who intimately lives with rainF
Poems are made by fools like meB
But only God can make a treeB

Joyce Kilmer


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