A Country Boy To The Core Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCCDC EFGHI JKLMNL OPQRSTU VWXYKY ZA2CB2DC2 D2UD2E2CF2 G2

My husband is a country boyA
To the coreB
When we are in the cityC
He is going crazyC
He is always yearningD
For the countryC
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When we are at homeE
He fills the four cornersF
With country songsG
From Garth BrooksH
To Johnny CashI
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He comes and goes at all hours of the dayJ
And even late at nightK
He goes outside a zillion timesL
Our door has always been crackedM
It has been repairedN
A million timesL
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Squirrels roaming aroundO
Going up and downP
Along the trunksQ
Of the maple treesR
His eyes are fixatedS
As if he had seen themT
For the very first timeU
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He always peeks through the windowV
Looking for feathered friendsW
When he hearsX
That chirp and tweetY
His green eyes become brightK
And sweetY
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At nighttime he ardently waitsZ
For the moon to pour outA2
Its gloryC
And the sequin silver starsB2
Flashing and dazzlingD
The grand skyC2
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One night he stayed outsideD2
For the longest timeU
When he came insideD2
The house I told himE2
He can now marryC
The moon and stars aboveF2
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