Analysis of Chickadee



Is my personality to short
You can't bend down to see
That what you think I surely am
Is all but really me
Is my expression way to blank
For you to get a read
Is my texture rubbing onto you
I'm sorry, I guess I'll leave
Are my words all that true
Is that why you’re peeved?
Is your bloated head imploding on
Your own stupid simplicity
I am meaning what I say
I'm Just like a chickadee
I fly above your sickened thoughts
And lounge up in the trees
I can see your salt filled smile
And your vulgar personality
I can see your disgusting manner
With your laced waves of energy
While I walk the earth
I suggest you walk so tentatively
I don't want to make you smaller
Then your shortened self esteem,
I can make my nest right from your ashes
I'll start right from your ripping seams


Scheme ABCBDEFGFHIBJAKLMBNBOBNPQR
Poetic Form
Metre 11010011 111111 11111101 111101 11010111 111101 111010101 1101111 111111 11111 111010101 11100100 1110111 11101 11011101 011001 1111111 01100100 111101010 11111100 11101 1011111000 11111110 1110101 1111111110 11111101
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 779
Words 155
Sentences 2
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 26
Lines Amount 26
Letters per line (avg) 24
Words per line (avg) 6
Letters per stanza (avg) 615
Words per stanza (avg) 153
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Submitted by Sproutheadedhurt on May 12, 2022

Modified by Sproutheadedhurt on May 17, 2022

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