Windy Nights Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Whenever the moon and stars are setA
Whenever the wind is highB
All night long in the dark and wetA
A man goes riding byB
Late in the night when the fires are outC
Why does he gallop and gallop aboutC
Whenever the trees are crying aloudD
And ships are tossed at seaE
By on the highway low and loudD
By at the gallop goes heE
By at the gallop he goes and thenF
By he comes back at the gallop againF

Robert Louis Stevenson


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