My Grandfather Was A Farmer Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCDE BFGH IJKL IMNOB BPQNP RLSTPU V

I was still a little girlA
When my grandfather taught meB
How to care and till our landC
To produce the vital thingsD
That nourish lifeE
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How wonderful to seeB
From sunrise to sunsetF
Large tracts of brownG
Covered with gold and greenH
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Sometimes I played with the soilI
Fiddled and moldedJ
The way a craftsmanK
Worked on the clayL
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We planted seeds in rich soilI
But sometimes the wind and rainM
Played with themN
Some shoot up wildO
Others have grown healthyB
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My grandfather earnestlyB
Transferred wild onesP
To more suitable bedsQ
Attached rods on themN
And mixed with the good onesP
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How amazing to takeR
A glimpse everydayL
How the wild ones continued to growS
As straight as the rodT
And sturdy as the healthy onesP
Some have grown even betterU
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