Sing For The Garish Eye Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABABCDED BFDFEDED GHGHEDED

Sing for the garish eyeA
When moonless brandlings clingB
Let the froddering crooner cryA
And the braddled sapster singB
For never and never againC
Will the tottering beechlings playD
For bratticed wrackers are singing aloudE
And the throngers croon in MayD
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The wracking globe unstrungB
Unstrung in the frittering lightF
Of a moon that knows no dayD
Of a day that knows no nightF
Diving away in the crowdE
Of sparkling frets in sprayD
The bratticed wrackers are singing aloudE
And the throngers croon in MayD
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Hasten O hapful blueG
Blue of the shimmering browH
Hasten the deed to doG
That shall roddle the welkin nowH
For never again shall a cloudE
Out thribble the babbling dayD
When bratticed wrackers are singing aloudE
And the throngers croon in MayD

William Schwenck Gilbert



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