Analysis of Arise



You are a fine-tuned instrument.  
I am breaking traditions.
I your Lord, I want you to know.
You will not always be dependent on me.  
Stand up, Share my word.
Listen closely.
Take your faith.
Trust in me.
I am with you.
I give you many gifts.
The angels will sing.
Hear my Spirit.
Hear the rumbles.
The echoes of freedom are coming.
Remember, the Red Sea Moment.
Cross while it is dry.
My fire is within you.
The enemy cannot see.
There is too much smoke.
The furnace will burn.
Rebuke the lack of time.
My anointed children arise.
Come near, stand with me.


Scheme ABCDEDFDGHIJKIALGDMNOPD
Poetic Form
Metre 11011100 1110010 11111111 1111101011 11111 1010 111 101 1111 111101 01011 1110 1010 010110110 01001110 11111 1101011 0100101 11111 01011 010111 10101001 11111
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 565
Words 127
Sentences 23
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 23
Lines Amount 23
Letters per line (avg) 18
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 423
Words per stanza (avg) 105
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Written on May 04, 2022

Submitted by WENDYMAY on May 05, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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