September Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABBB BCDC EBFB GBHB

In the turbulent beautyA
Of a gusty Autumn dayB
Poet on a sunny headlandB
Sighed his soul awayB
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Farms the sunny landscape dappledB
Swandown clouds dappled the farmsC
Cattle lowed in mellow distanceD
Where far oaks outstretched their armsC
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Sudden gusts came full of meaningE
All too much to him they saidB
Oh south winds have long memoriesF
Of that be none afraidB
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I cannot tell rude listenersG
Half the tell tale South wind saidB
'T would bring the blushes of yon maplesH
To a man and to a maidB

Ralph Waldo Emerson



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