The Patriot is one of the many poems English A level will have to study. Like with many of Browning's poems, this is a dramatic monologue being that the character is talking to himself in a 'dramatic' way. The poem tells the story of somebody's execution in front of the public: for which he is being misunderstood and should not be killed. It relates very much to the fall of leaders who, like the patriot, are misunderstood and killed because of this. Here is an analysis of Robert Browning's poem, 'The Patriot' which features a step-by-step guide to each stanza.
You might find reading my essay, How Does Browning Tell the Story in The Patriot? helpful too.
The analysis starts in the very title, 'The Patriot'. A patriot is someone who fights/works for their country. They love their country and will do anything for their country too.