Commonplaces Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCB ABDB EFGF EHIH

Rain on the face of the seaA
Rain on the sodden landB
And the window pane is blurred with rainC
As I watch it pen in handB
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Mist on the face of the seaA
Mist on the sodden landB
Filling the vales as daylight failsD
And blotting the desolate sandB
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Voices from out of the mistE
Calling to one anotherF
Hath love an end thou more than friendG
Thou dearer than ever brotherF
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Voices from out of the mistE
Calling and passing awayH
But I cannot speak for my voice is weakI
And this is the end of my layH

Rudyard Kipling



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