Who's In The Next Room? Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABABC ADADE ACACC AFAFF

Who's in the next room whoA
I seemed to seeB
Somebody in the dawning passing throughA
Unknown to meB
Nay you saw nought He passed invisiblyC
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Who's in the next room whoA
I seem to hearD
Somebody muttering firm in a language newA
That chills the earD
No you catch not his tongue who has entered thereE
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Who's in the next room whoA
I seem to feelC
His breath like a clammy draught as if it drewA
From the Polar WheelC
No none who breathes at all does the door concealC
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Who's in the next room whoA
A figure wanF
With a message to one in there of something dueA
Shall I know him anonF
Yea he and he brought such and you'll know him anonF

Thomas Hardy



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