What The Bee Is To The Floweret Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AAAA B CDCD B EFEG B HIHI

What the bee is to the floweretA
When he looks for honey dewA
Through the leaves that close embower itA
That my love I'll be to youA
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SheB
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What the bank with verdure glowingC
Is to waves that wander nearD
Whispering kisses while they're goingC
That I'll be to you my dearD
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SheB
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But they say the bee's a roverE
Who will fly when sweets are goneF
And when once the kiss is overE
Faithless brooks will wander onG
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HeB
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Nay if flowers will lose their looksH
If sunny banks will wear awayI
'Tis but right that bees and brooksH
Should sip and kiss them while they mayI

Thomas Moore



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