To Asra Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Are there two things of all which men possessA
That are so like each other and so nearB
As mutual Love seems like to HappinessC
Dear Asra woman beyond utterance dearB
This Love which ever welling at my heartD
Now in its living fount doth heave and fallE
Now overflowing pours thro' every partD
Of all my frame and fills and changes allE
Like vernal waters springing up through snowF
This Love that seeming great beyond the powerG
Of growth yet seemeth ever more to growF
Could I transmute the whole to one rich DowerH
Of Happy Life and give it all to TheeI
Thy lot methinks were Heaven thy age EternityI

Samuel Taylor Coleridge


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