After The Club-dance Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABAB BABA BCBC

Black'on frowns east on MaidonA
And westward to the seaB
But on neither is his frown ladenA
With scorn as his frown on meB
At dawn my heart grew heavyB
I could not sip the wineA
I left the jocund bevyB
And that young man o' mineA
The roadside elms pass by meB
Why do I sink with shameC
When the birds a perch there eye meB
They too have done the sameC

Thomas Hardy


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