The Robin Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


When up aloftA
I fly and flyB
I see in poolsC
The shining skyB
And a happy birdD
Am I am IB
When I descendE
Towards their brinkF
I stand and lookG
And stoop and drinkF
And bathe my wingsH
And chink and prinkF
When winter frostI
Makes earth as steelJ
I search and searchK
But find no mealJ
And most unhappyL
Then I feelJ
But when it lastsM
And snows still fallN
I get to feelJ
No grief at allN
For I turn to a cold stiffO
Feathery ballN

Thomas Hardy


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