Analysis of New Millennium's Curse



Compression ingestion
The world to implode
The numbers decreasing
—all resistance explodes

From diamond to carbon
Wheels spin in reverse
The groundhog, the treadmill
—new millennium’s curse

(Brooklyn, New York: March, 2016)


Scheme AXXX ABXB X
Poetic Form
Metre 010010 01101 010010 101001 110110 11001 0101 101001 10111
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 221
Words 32
Sentences 1
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 1
Lines Amount 9
Letters per line (avg) 20
Words per line (avg) 4
Letters per stanza (avg) 61
Words per stanza (avg) 11
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Submitted by KurtPhilipBehm on June 28, 2018

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Kurt Philip Behm

Longtime writer with twelve books in publication. Three of them Poetry. : The Death Of The Playground : The Sword Of Ichiban : Searching For Crazy Horse : Darkening Sun : An Anthology Of Perception-Vol's 1 & 2 : After Midnight : Sammy And Bumpers : The Fall City Mandate : Revenge Along The War Trail : Death from The Sky more…

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