Analysis of Into something else

In and out
Up and down
Side to side
All around
We at times get lost
Even sometimes tossed
Just think if neither ever happened
Our minds would see things different
Our heart would feel different or hardened by in  pace
Missing the opportunity of growing in grace
Hardships of aromas
In a different place
Undieing love uncherished
Embellished erased
Potentials well scattered
Losing its pace
Losing each moment but winning this race
Torn disasters all over the place
Feeling discouraged
Folk all in your face
Pointing their fingers
What a pittiful taste.

Poetic Form
Metre 001 101 111 101 11111 10011 111101010 101111100 10111100110101 100010011001 101010 001001 111 01001 010110 1011 1011011011 101011001 10010 11011 10110 1011
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 541
Words 93
Sentences 1
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 22
Lines Amount 22
Letters per line (avg) 21
Words per line (avg) 4
Letters per stanza (avg) 458
Words per stanza (avg) 94

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Written on September 24, 2021

Submitted by doreenefelder191 on September 24, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Doreene Felder

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