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Still I Love To Rhyme Analysis



Author: Poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson Type: Poetry Views: 221

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STILL I love to rhyme, and still more, rhyming, to wander

Far from the commoner way;

Old-time trills and falls by the brook-side still do I ponder,

Dreaming to-morrow to-day.



Come here, come, revive me, Sun-God, teach me, Apollo,

Measures descanted before;

Since I ancient verses, I emulous follow,

Prints in the marbles of yore.



Still strange, strange, they sound in old-young raiment invested,

Songs for the brain to forget -

Young song-birds elate to grave old temples benested

Piping and chirruping yet.



Thoughts?No thought has yet unskilled attempted to flutter

Trammelled so vilely in verse;

He who writes but aims at fame and his bread and his butter,

Won with a groan and a curse.










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