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
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At dawn my heart grew heavyB
I could not sip the wineA
I left the jocund bevyB
And that young man o' mineA
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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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