The Sun Has Long Been Set Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABABCCDEEEEFFDD

The sun has long been setA
The stars are out by twos and threesB
The little birds are piping yetA
Among the bushes and the treesB
There's a cuckoo and one or two thrushesC
And a far off wind that rushesC
And a sound of water that gushesD
And the cuckoo's sovereign cryE
Fills all the hollow of the skyE
Who would go parading'E
In London and masquerading'E
On such a night of JuneF
With that beautiful soft half moonF
And all these innocent blissesD
On such a night as this isD

William Wordsworth



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