Analysis of Is What We Share Refreshing (Bussokusekika)

Edwin Tanguma 1966 (CA)



Is What We Share Refreshing   (Bussokusekika)

Hypotheticals
IF I am the Lamb of God
Is the church my bride
Or is it you Jewel Kilcher
What is the water of life
Is it something that we share
Is what we share refreshing

Edwin Tanguma   Aka   Dagesh   12/04/2023


Scheme A XXXBXBA X
Poetic Form
Metre 11110101 0100 1110111 10111 1111101 1101011 1110111 1111010 10010101
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 262
Words 50
Sentences 1
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 1, 7, 1
Lines Amount 9
Letters per line (avg) 22
Words per line (avg) 6
Letters per stanza (avg) 67
Words per stanza (avg) 18

About this poem

I no longer have my signet seal to show it to you Jewel…Or to anyone else for that matter…The church and anyone and everyone else for that matter…May continue to believe that Jesus was and is the one true Christ…You too may believe that which you choose to believe…Ibwill not beat a dead horse…As if love could be the water of life…

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Written on December 04, 2023

Submitted by EdwinRayTanguma on December 04, 2023

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