Analysis of When Souls Dance

I've known you forever, if forever were 7 days.
It feels that way at least; possibly a past life somewhere far away.
Words we speak say less than when we share a physical space.
Our souls speak on behalf of what our mouths cannot say.
Our spirits become one and dance together happily.
While our bodies are guided closer for effortless intimacy.
From a single glance or smile to a deep stare eye to eye.
As feelings flow from some secret sacred place inside.
Most would say that love is either earned, learned, or owed.
But this love is inevitable, uncontrollable, beautiful and bold.
The word love cheapens the wave of joy we currently share.
As the universe pushes and pulls our journey here and there.
Call it soul mates, twin flames, or kindred spirits as we may be.
The 7 days of forever and dancing souls surpass love as we become complete.
Years will pass and old we will grow, expecting a dimming flame.
But brighter we will glow and stronger we become to prepare our next lives, that we shall meet again.
Yours I was forever and forever you were mine.
Thank God for 7 days, deja vu, and infinite time.

Poetic Form
Metre 111010101001 1111111000111101 11111111101001 101110111101101 101001101010100 110101101011001000 10101111011111 1101111010101 111111101111 111101000010010001 01110011111001 101010011010101 111111110101111 0110100101011110101 111011110100101 1101110101011011011111101 1110100010101 111110101001
Closest metre Iambic octameter
Characters 1,121
Words 220
Sentences 18
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 18
Lines Amount 18
Letters per line (avg) 49
Words per line (avg) 11
Letters per stanza (avg) 877
Words per stanza (avg) 203

About this poem

Relevant in my life at the moment. Although we all know nothing good lasts forever.

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Written on February 26, 2024

Submitted by jeanmardn on February 26, 2024

1:06 min read

Nancy Jeanmard

Just a girl with feelings that can only be let go of on paper. more…

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