Analysis of I Really Care A Lot?



I really care for them
Oh that might be a truth
Yet I care for no one
I care for no one
but you

And who the you might be
Well let's think about the day
Because brain cells disappear
And come back a little late

I really care for mint
And the smell and the feel
I don't relate to humans
With mint I shed my tears

I really care for them
Oh my pain can just relate
It takes what's their's
And molds it into shape

I really care for molds
Without one i'd be lost
I really care for people?
I really care a lot?


Scheme Axbbx xxxc xxdx Acdx xxxx
Poetic Form
Metre 110111 111101 111111 11111 11 010111 1110101 011101 0110101 110111 001001 1101110 111111 110111 1111101 1111 011011 110111 011111 1101110 110101
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 508
Words 114
Sentences 2
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 5, 4, 4, 4, 4
Lines Amount 21
Letters per line (avg) 19
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 78
Words per stanza (avg) 22
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Submitted by Sproutheadedhurt on April 27, 2022

Modified by Sproutheadedhurt on April 27, 2022

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