Analysis of Fly Birds, Fly!

Fly Birds, Fly!
By: Willow Grants

Chickadee, fly like there’s no tomorrow.
Blackbird, fly because you can’t borrow.
Fly birds, fly!

Cardinals, soar like a might angel.
Doves, fly till’ night is nigh.
Fly heavenly birds, fly!

Robins, fly for your young.
Bluebird, fly and let your voice be rung.
Fly beautiful birds, fly!

Eagles, fly and be regale.
Sparrows, soar like an arrow.
Fly gallant birds, fly!

Oh my, look at those birds’ fly!
Big and small, short and tall!
Round and round, up and down!
Fly birds, fly!

Scheme Ax bbA xaa cca aba axxA
Poetic Form
Metre 111 111 1111101 10101111 111 100110110 111111 110011 101111 11011111 110011 101011 1011110 11011 1111111 101101 101101 111
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 528
Words 115
Sentences 17
Stanzas 6
Stanza Lengths 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4
Lines Amount 18
Letters per line (avg) 21
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 64
Words per stanza (avg) 15
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Written on August 27, 2022

Submitted by Willowgrant on August 27, 2022

Modified on April 30, 2023

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