To Ottilie Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


YOU remember I supposeA
How the August sun aroseA
And how his faceB
Woke to trill and caroletteC
All the cages that were setC
About the placeB
In the tender morning lightC
All around lay strange and brightC
And still and sweetC
And the gray doves unafraidC
Went their morning promenadeC
Along the streetC

Robert Louis Stevenson


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