Analysis of Only one
geneva cuthrell- huycke 1976 (Ojai)
Im saddened thst i allowed you to break my heart.
Ripped my soul, and snapped it apart.
You didn’t promise me anything, so why should you care!
I was the only one asking questions and willing to share.
So why am i the only one sitting here with tears.
And you're off in your life, with nothing to fear.
So I'm closing the book, with unread pages.
And letting you go, through your own stages.
And this will be the last of my voice to you.
I bid you farewell and good luck in all you do!
But, i wish you not to reach out I'm free...
Cause i finally realize, the only one i need is ME!
|Metre||110110111111 11101101 111011011111 110101101001011 1111010110111 01101111011 11100110110 0101111110 01110111111 11110110111 1111111111 111001001011111|
|Closest metre||Iambic hexameter|
|Letters per line (avg)||37|
|Words per line (avg)||10|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||440|
|Words per stanza (avg)||118|
Written on July 03, 2022
Submitted by genevacuthrell on July 03, 2022
Modified on April 23, 2023
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