No Loathsomeness In Love. Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


What I fancy I approveA
No dislike there is in loveB
Be my mistress short or tallC
And distorted therewithalC
Be she likewise one of thoseD
That an acre hath of noseD
Be her forehead and her eyesE
Full of incongruitiesE
Be her cheeks so shallow tooF
As to show her tongue wag throughF
Be her lips ill hung or setG
And her grinders black as jetG
Has she thin hair hath she noneH
She's to me a paragonI

Robert Herrick


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