Analysis of Together

Walter Kielbowicz 1954 (Northampton, MA)

Thru empty halls with nameless walls
One might pass unforeseen
To be unknown and all alone
Do you wonder what I mean
To search for love with one's heart
And capture the emotion
When two people find true love
Can there be devotion
To embark upon a journey
High into a cloud
We must find the road of stars
And call our names aloud
To rise above in search of love
Heaven be our guide
With our hands, we close them tight
Together side by side

Poetic Form
Metre 11011101 11101 11010101 1110111 1111111 0100010 1110111 111010 10101010 10101 1110111 0110101 11010111 101101 11011111 010111
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 479
Words 86
Sentences 1
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 16
Lines Amount 16
Letters per line (avg) 22
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 351
Words per stanza (avg) 86

About this poem

Written in a silent room after friends say no.

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Submitted by WallyK on December 20, 2021

Modified on April 13, 2023

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Walter Kielbowicz

My name is Walter Kielbowicz and I live in Hatfield, MA. I graduated from Smith Academy in Hatfield. I was introduced to poetry in my freshman year. I am putting together my poems for a book of my own soon. I have some (4) Editor's Choice Awards and was also elected to the Hall of Fame on January 6,1997. more…

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