The Virgin Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Mother whose virgin bosom was uncrostA
With the least shade of thought to sin alliedA
Woman above all women glorifiedA
Our tainted nature's solitary boastA
Purer than foam on central ocean tostA
Brighter than eastern skies at daybreak strewnB
With fancied roses than the unblemished moonB
Before her wane begins on heaven's blue coastA
Thy image falls to earth Yet some I weenB
Not unforgiven the suppliant knee might bendA
As to a visible Power in which did blendA
All that was mixed and reconciled in theeC
Of mother's love with maiden purityC
Of high with low celestial with terreneB

William Wordsworth


Poem topics: , Print This Poem , Rhyme Scheme

Submit Spanish Translation
Submit German Translation
Submit French Translation

Write your comment about The Virgin poem by William Wordsworth


Recent Interactions*

This poem was read 23 times,

This poem was added to the favorite list by 0 members,

This poem was voted by 0 members.

(* Interactions only in the last 7 days)

New Poems

Popular Poets