Genevieve Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Maid of my love sweet GenevieveA
In beauty's light you glide alongB
Your eye is like the star of eveA
And sweet your voice as seraph's songB
Yet not your heavenly beauty givesC
This heart with passion soft to glowD
Within your soul a voice there livesC
It bids you hear the tale of woeD
When sinking low the suff'rer wanE
Beholds no hand outstretched to saveF
Fair as the bosom of the swanE
That rises graceful o'er the waveF
I've seen your breast with pity heaveA
And therefore love I you sweet GenevieveA

Samuel Taylor Coleridge


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