Can you tell me the rhyme scheme of the poem ‘The Vagabond’ by Robert Louis Stevensen?

Can you tell me the rhyme scheme of the poem ‘The Vagabond’ by Robert Louis Stevensen?

Can you tell me the rhyme scheme of the poem ‘The Vagabond’ by Robert Louis Stevensen?

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 lineStanza One:love – A, me -B, above-A, me-B, see-B, river–C, me–B, ever- Cso the above stanza’s rhyme scheme is  ABABBCBCStanza Two:late –D, me-B, around–E, me –B, love–F, me–B, above-F, me-Bthe second stanza’s rhyme scheme is  DBEBFBFBStanza Three:me-B, linger-G, tree-B, finger-G, field-H, haven-I, yield -H, even-IThe third stanza’s rhyme scheme is BGBGHIHIStanza four: This is the same as Stanza Two.The  rhyme scheme here is DBEBFBFBl