September Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


In the turbulent beautyA
Of a gusty Autumn dayB
Poet on a sunny headlandB
Sighed his soul awayB
Farms the sunny landscape dappledB
Swandown clouds dappled the farmsC
Cattle lowed in mellow distanceD
Where far oaks outstretched their armsC
Sudden gusts came full of meaningE
All too much to him they saidB
Oh south winds have long memoriesF
Of that be none afraidB
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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