Analysis of Passwords
David Granteer 1937 (Montana)
The Devil has gone modern, you know
No more brimstone to cause us woe
He torments us now with passwords
I won't forget my name spelled backwards
|Poetic Form||Balliol rhyme
|Metre||010111011 11101111 111111 110111110|
|Closest metre||Iambic tetrameter|
|Letters per line (avg)||29|
|Words per line (avg)||7|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||116|
|Words per stanza (avg)||27|
About this poem
I have been a computer engineer for 50+ years. Now that my memory is getting worse I fight the password problem every day. PS What happened to Quatrain?
Written on June 14, 2022
Submitted by davidg.37672 on June 14, 2022
Modified by davidg.37672 on June 14, 2022
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