Analysis of Look See



Look
into
each
other’s
eyes

See
    your reflection

Earth,
peace

Humanity,
perfection


Scheme XXXXX AB XX AB
Poetic Form
Metre 1 01 1 10 1 1 1010 1 1 0100 010
Characters 127
Words 25
Sentences 1
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 5, 2, 2, 2
Lines Amount 11
Letters per line (avg) 6
Words per line (avg) 1
Letters per stanza (avg) 17
Words per stanza (avg) 3

About this poem

If we could really look and see ourselves in others, what a wonderful world it would be.

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Written on February 11, 2023

Submitted by susan.brumel on December 04, 2023

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Susan Mayer Brumel

I am a retired hospice social worker, who began writing poems about 2 years ago. I am married, a mom of two sons, a Bernese Mountain Dog, and grandma of two grandchildren who are the loves of my life. A lover of all animals and most people, I enjoy spending time in nature, long walks, and reading Pablo Neruda, Blake, William Carlos Williams, James Joyce, Mary Oliver, Emily Dickinson, Maya Angelou, Leonard Cohen, and more. Baudelaire tells us to ‘be drunk’ on something every day; I am drunk on poetry and intend never to be sober! more…

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