Analysis of Dance with Me

Lucky Samant 2004 (India)

I don't mean to be rude,
I'm trying to be good,
getting you in the mood,
seeing you watching the roost,
lost in thoughts
is enough reason to hold my hand,
its not a competition so don't worry about who will lose.

Let our hands intertwine,
bodies move in sync,
the tune being our guide
and the fireworks fly
the moon being our audience.
Every step we take together,
heads to your healing process.

Dancing is a therapy on its own.
I feel better when I'm dancing,
so will you.
Vent on this calm melody.
Release all the tied knots.
There is no room for tension.
Forget all worries.
Don't be afraid to fall,
I'll catch you through it all.

Dance with no care.
These occasions are rare,
any costume you can wear.
You won't trip the ground is bare.
You are the only heir,
that I'm already aware
but that doesn't matter
so come and dance with me.

Poetic Form
Metre 111111 110111 101001 1011001 101 101101111 110010111001111 1101001 10101 0110101 0011 011010100 100111010 111101 1010100111 11101110 111 1111100 011011 1111110 01110 110111 111111 1111 101011 1001111 1110111 110101 1101001 111010 110111
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 840
Words 187
Sentences 14
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 7, 7, 9, 8
Lines Amount 31
Letters per line (avg) 21
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 161
Words per stanza (avg) 40
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Written on October 14, 2022

Submitted by LuckySamant on October 16, 2022

Modified by LuckySamant

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Lucky Samant

Hey there Lucky Samant here , I write poems because I just love to write poems . It's my way of escaping from Reality. The beauty and sadness of candles and the earth and stars and skies and trees and flowers and peoples faces. Candles. Candles everywhere. Oooh, I’m on a roll. more…

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