The Siren Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABBCDDDAA

The Siren may be said to beA
The Chorus Lady of the SeaA
Tho' Mermaids claim her as their kinB
Instead of fishy tail and finB
Two shapely feet rejoice the viewC
With all that appertains theretoD
When to these other charms we addD
A voice that drives the hearer madD
Who will dispute her claim to beA
The Chorus Lady of the SeaA

Oliver Herford


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