They Were Welcome To Their Belief Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABAB CDCD EFEF ABAB

Grief may have thought it was griefA
Care may have thought it was careB
They were welcome to their beliefA
The overimportant pairB
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No it took all the snows that clungC
To the low roof over his bedD
Beginning when he was youngC
To induce the one snow on his headD
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But whenever the roof camme whiteE
The head in the dark belowF
Was a shade less the color of nightE
A shade more the color of snowF
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Grief may have thought it was griefA
Care may have thought it was careB
But neither one was the thiefA
Of his raven color of hairB

Robert Frost



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