Analysis of Thoughtful

Stumbled, tumbled, found humbled for the reason of happiness found satisfaction with the rough part of life. You may call it nothing. You may call it something. For if anything success is near it is there it is here. If you work you work if you don't work you just don't work. Must be working on something if anything you may call it nothing. The little things like the grain of salt is so sought after. Do you take it as something anything you may call it nothing. Found humbled not crumbled not stumbled sure does tumble. I wondered as i pondered why the grass is green on the other side, must be good to grow. Now you know feel humbled my friend this isn't the end this is only the beginning.

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Characters 695
Words 132
Sentences 11
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 1
Lines Amount 1
Letters per line (avg) 547
Words per line (avg) 132
Letters per stanza (avg) 547
Words per stanza (avg) 132

About this poem

I hope this leaves you thoughtful ,from rough around the edges to changes to clean.

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Written on June 12, 2022

Submitted by HUMANPOET on June 12, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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