The Dolphin Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABBCCDDEE

The Dolphin was if you should wishA
To call him so the King of FishA
Though having neither gills nor scalesB
His title should be Prince of WhalesB
While too small waisted to provideC
A Jonah with a Berth InsideC
The Dolphin has been known to packD
A Drowning Sailor on his backD
And bear him safely into portE
He was a Taxi whale in shortE

Oliver Herford



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