Stairs - A Toast Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCB DEFE

Here's to the man who invented stairsA
And taught our feet to soarB
He was the first who ever burstC
Into a second floorB
The world would be downstairs to dayD
Had he not found the keyE
So let his name go down to fameF
Whatever it may beE

Oliver Herford


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