All White Continued Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Ah beautiful sweet woman made in vainA
Since Launcelot is dead and only IB
Alas for this new world of recreant menC
Remain in age Love's creed to justifyB
And prove his right to fools who would denyB
Heaven's help shall win her though she long hath beenD
Child of a doubting Age Or let me dieB
At her dear feet my Guenevere my queenE
Ride therefore forth my soul on this last questF
Oblivion soon shall fold all in its armsG
Love if she love thee or love not The lossH
Is hers not thine since each thing else is drossH
Not thine whom Heaven makes whole and no hurt harmsG
Even that of death so thou have loved thy bestF

Wilfrid Scawen Blunt


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