She Revisits Alone The Church Of Her Marriage Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCCBDBAB ACEECFCAC ABGGBCBAB ABHHBFBAB

I have come to the church and chancelA
Where all's the sameB
Brighter and larger in my dreamsC
Truly it shaped than now meseemsC
Is its substantial frameB
But anyhow I made my vowD
Whether for praise or blameB
Here in this church and chancelA
Where all's the sameB
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Where touched the check floored chancelA
My knees and hisC
The step looks shyly at the sunE
And says 'Twas here the thing was doneE
For bale or else for blissC
Of all those there I least was wareF
Would it be that or thisC
When touched the check floored chancelA
My knees and hisC
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Here in this fateful chancelA
Where all's the sameB
I thought the culminant crest of lifeG
Was reached when I went forth the wifeG
I was not when I cameB
Each commonplace one of my raceC
Some say has such an aimB
To go from a fateful chancelA
As not the sameB
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Here through this hoary chancelA
Where all's the sameB
A thrill a gaiety even rangedH
That morning when it seemed I changedH
My nature with my nameB
Though now not fair though gray my hairF
He loved me past proclaimB
Here in this hoary chancelA
Where all's the sameB

Thomas Hardy



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