She, At His Funeral Poem Rhyme Scheme and AnalysisRhyme Scheme: ABABBCBC
|They bear him to his resting place||A|
|In slow procession sweeping by||B|
|I follow at a stranger s space||A|
|His kindred they his sweetheart I||B|
|Unchanged my gown of garish dye||B|
|Though sable sad is their attire||C|
|But they stand round with griefless eye||B|
|Whilst my regret consumes like fire||C|
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Brigitta Hirtreiter, 75, German: How can a man write such a poem, from the point of view of a loving woman?
I adore Hardy's novels, didn't know he had such marvellous poems.