To A Butterfly Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: AABBCDCCD EEFFGHGIGH

I've watched you now a full half hourA
Self poised upon that yellow flowerA
And little Butterfly indeedB
I know not if you sleep or feedB
How motionless not frozen seasC
More motionless and thenD
What joy awaits you when the breezeC
Hath found you out among the treesC
And calls you forth againD
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This plot of orchard ground is oursE
My trees they are my Sister's flowersE
Here rest your wings when they are wearyF
Here lodge as in a sanctuaryF
Come often to us fear no wrongG
Sit near us on the boughH
We'll talk of sunshine and of songG
And summer days when we were youngI
Sweet childish days that were as longG
As twenty days are nowH

William Wordsworth



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