The structure of the poem is in such a manner that it has four stanzas, each with four lines, totaling to thirty two lines for the entire poem. There is also an element of rhyme in the poem. For instance, in the stanzas except the first one, the first and the third lines have a similar ending. Secondly, the second and the fourth lines end in a given voice.

The same applies for the fifth and the sixth lines with a similar ending but different from the others. The last two lines fall under the same category, ending with a given syllable that is different from the others. This pattern is repeated throughout the poem, creating a pattern that is both interesting to read and appeals to the ears. This pattern gives the poem a characteristic aspect of the works of poetry, which create a synchrony in words.[1]

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