Upon Graciosa, Walking And Talking Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


When as abroad to greet the mornA
I mark my Graciosa walkB
In homage bends the whisp'ring cornA
Yet to confessC
Its awkwardnessD
Must hang its head upon the stalkB
And when she talks her lips do healE
The wounds her lightest glances giveF
In pity then be harsh and dealE
Such wounds that IG
May hourly dieG
And by a word restored liveH

Sir Arthur Quiller-couch


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