Analysis of The Last Flower
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin 1799 (Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin Moscow) – 1837 (Saint Petersburg)
Rich the first flower's graces be,
But dearer far the last to me;
My spirit feels renewal sweet,
Of all my dreams hope or desire--
The hours of parting oft inspire
More than the moments when we meet!
|Metre||1011101 11010111 11010101 111111010 010110101 11010111|
|Closest metre||Iambic tetrameter|
|Letters per line (avg)||26|
|Words per line (avg)||6|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||155|
|Words per stanza (avg)||38|
Submitted on May 13, 2011
Modified on March 05, 2023
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