" Enslaved " Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A B CD E B F

The lashes stained deep beneath his melanin tears incubates but pours without Led by chains for he was manly built intimidating appearance on his face there weren't a grinA
The ships came in minutes they were filled off to the North with gracious wind many die of hunger some from lashes thrown overboard big creatures feastedB
The guards feared they approach him in tens with guns and spearsC
Poking gestures trying to hide their despair a hand was broken another was hit with a steeled anchor that was nearD
The general shouted No not here Just before the guards pull our their guns and spears His plan was upon anchoring to let him run like a dear and chase him for that was one of their favorite gamesE
The sun sets tomorrow will be the day a few chains away dry land awaits with slave masters casting their bids laughter's aloud drunken from wine the gloppedB
By Mark BurrellF

Mark Burrell
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