Analysis of Muscular Rhyme



“Free weight verses”
said the Poet …
“that’s what I’m about

“Working out heavy
 every word
 lifting pain and doubt

“Supersets
with more then less
exhaustion waits to claim

“The final rep
the lasting burn
— forever to inflame”    

(The New Room: May, 2024)


Scheme AXB XXB AXC XXC X
Poetic Form
Metre 1110 1010 11101 10110 1001 10101 1 1111 010111 0101 0101 010101 0111
Closest metre Iambic dimeter
Characters 282
Words 50
Sentences 1
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 3, 3, 3, 3, 1
Lines Amount 13
Letters per line (avg) 15
Words per line (avg) 3
Letters per stanza (avg) 38
Words per stanza (avg) 9
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Submitted by KurtPhilipBehm on May 21, 2024

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