Analysis of Day by Day

You can do it, I know you can,
I trust and believe in your plan.
It has been processed in your mind,
The ideal path, you shall find.
It's clear that you have what it takes,
You simply won't need any brakes.
Since you have so much passion inside,
This dream of yours will be a special ride.
You can do it, I know you can,
I'm your first and biggest fan.
One more thing I'd like to say,
Enjoy the journey - day by day.

Scheme AabbccddAaee
Poetic Form
Metre 11111111 11001011 11110011 0011111 11111111 11011101 111111001 1111110101 11111111 1110101 1111111 01010111
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 412
Words 86
Sentences 6
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 12
Lines Amount 12
Letters per line (avg) 26
Words per line (avg) 7
Letters per stanza (avg) 311
Words per stanza (avg) 86

About this poem

This is an inspirational encouraging poem that reminds us to continue to work hard and achieve in life. It reignites the fire of desire within us.

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Written on September 01, 2021

Submitted on September 07, 2021

Modified on April 30, 2023

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Shaurya A Jauhar

I am a teenager who loves literature. I am 14 years old and I love to read books. It was my pleasure to write this poem, since I am contributing to literature, no matter how small the contribution. more…

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