Analysis of Palm of God

Heather Lydia Thornhill 1981 (Manchester)



The light of peace came to the childs soul
And read its tiny palm with their life whole
They looked at the further possibilities
The ones they might challenge against the breeze
Then remembered the akash far back in Gods soul
And how many had surprised them to reach Gods goal
The child soul smiled as they both knew
the profundity of what their lives would do
I match my energy to thine said The light of peace in that purest of shrine.


Scheme AABBAACCD
Poetic Form
Metre 011111011 0111011111 1110100100 0111100101 10100111011 011010111111 01111111 01111111 1111001110111011011
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 437
Words 83
Sentences 1
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 9
Lines Amount 9
Letters per line (avg) 39
Words per line (avg) 9
Letters per stanza (avg) 354
Words per stanza (avg) 83
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Written on September 07, 2022

Submitted by HeatherLydiaThornhill on September 07, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Heather Lydia Thornhill

Moods and mindsets poetry. Published. Book in progress: Don't talk rot. more…

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