Faces Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCB DEFE GHIH JKEK

People that I meet and passA
In the city's broken roarB
Faces that I lose so soonC
And have never found beforeB
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Do you know how much you tellD
In the meeting of our eyesE
How ashamed I am and sadF
To have pierced your poor disguiseE
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Secrets rushing without soundG
Crying from your hiding placesH
Let me go I cannot bearI
The sorrow of the passing facesH
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People in the restless streetJ
Can it be oh can it beK
In the meeting of our eyesE
That you know as much of meK

Sara Teasdale



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