To Ottilie Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABCCB CCCCCC

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
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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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