The Cricket Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Here is a tale for those who sing with reasonA
There was a cricket troubadouring fellowB
Who chirped his lay or zoomed it like a 'celloB
Day in day out no matter what the seasonA
Great was his love for his own violiningC
He never wearied saying What performingC
And oft when through would ask Was not that charmingC
Then play it over right from the beginningC
A talent such as his should be rewardedD
So thought he all unconscious of intentionA
Of any one among the violin sectsE
Until by some one lo he was regardedF
Lifted examined given special mentionA
And placed within a case with other insectsE

Madison Julius Cawein


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