Can you tell me the rhyme scheme of the poem 'The Vagabond' by Robert Louis Stevensen?
A rhyme scheme is a regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem. All rhyming words are assigned the same letter. For example, in this poem, there are many lines ending with the word me ---- these lines and the lines with words rhyming with "me" will all be assigned the same letter. I am only giving the last words of each line
love - A, me -B, above-A, me-B, see-B, river--C, me--B, ever- C
so the above stanza's rhyme scheme is ABABBCBC
late --D, me-B, around--E, me --B, love--F, me--B, above-F, me-B
the second stanza's rhyme scheme is DBEBFBFB
me-B, linger-G, tree-B, finger-G, field-H, haven-I, yield -H, even-I
The third stanza's rhyme scheme is BGBGHIHI
Stanza four: This is the same as Stanza Two.
The rhyme scheme here is DBEBFBFB