Analysis of Realization



The caged bird has such a great pride,
He thinks the cage is a flowery garden.

In his anxious mind, he looks towards the sky-
He does not take other animal into count,
He sings whatever comes in his own mind.

Once someone forgot to close the cage door-
Out of the cage he feels very proud,
Tried to fly a little with the fragile wing in the air.

Nah, he could not fly at ease -
Also, no one care about it, as he did before towards them,
He fell into a bitter conflict.

Then, somehow coming back in the cage,
He closed the door himself.

Life is so easy to observe from the distance,
It is so intricate to feel from the adjacent.


Scheme XX XXX XXX XXX XX XX
Poetic Form
Metre 01111011 11011010010 01101110101 111110100011 111010111 110111011 110111101 11101010101001 1111111 1011101111101011 110101010 11101001 110101 111101011010 1111001110010
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 632
Words 141
Sentences 6
Stanzas 6
Stanza Lengths 2, 3, 3, 3, 2, 2
Lines Amount 15
Letters per line (avg) 32
Words per line (avg) 8
Letters per stanza (avg) 81
Words per stanza (avg) 21
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Submitted by hakikur on March 09, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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