The Gods Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCAACCADEDEDE

Last night as one who hears a tragic jestA
I woke from dreams half laughing half in tearsB
Methought that I had journeyed in the spheresC
And stood upon the Planet of the BlestA
And found thereon a folk who prayed with zestA
Exceeding and through all their painful yearsC
Like strong souls struggled on 'mid hopes and fearsC
Where dwell the gods they said we shall find restA
The gods What gods I thought are those who soD
Inspire their worshippers with faith that flowersE
Immortal and who make them keep aglowD
The flames forever on their altar towersE
Where dwell these gods of yours I asked and loD
They pointed upwards to this earth of oursE

Victor James Daley



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