You'll Love Me Yet Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABAB CDCD EFEG

You'll love me yet and I can tarryA
Your love's protracted growingB
June reared that bunch of flowers you carryA
From seeds of April's sowingB
I plant a heartful now some seedC
At least is sure to strikeD
And yield what you'll not pluck indeedC
Not love but may be likeD
You'll look at least on love's remainsE
A grave's one violetF
Your look that pays a thousand painsE
What's death You'll love me yetG

Robert Browning


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