Commonplaces Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


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
Mist on the face of the seaA
Mist on the sodden landB
Filling the vales as daylight failsD
And blotting the desolate sandB
Voices from out of the mistE
Calling to one anotherF
Hath love an end thou more than friendG
Thou dearer than ever brotherF
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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