Me Peacock Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCDBACEDECABCDBACED EC

WHAT'S riches to himA
That has made a great peacockB
With the pride of his eyeC
The wind beaten stone greyD
And desolate Three RockB
Would nourish his whimA
Live he or dieC
Amid wet rocks and heatherE
His ghost will be gayD
Adding feather to featherE
For the pride of his eyeC
WHAT'S riches to himA
That has made a great peacockB
With the pride of his eyeC
The wind beaten stone greyD
And desolate Three RockB
Would nourish his whimA
Live he or dieC
Amid wet rocks and heatherE
His ghost will be gayD
Adding feather to featherE
For the pride of his eyeC

William Butler Yeats



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