Analysis of "My bed is lonely with out you"

Wendy Mitchell 1981 (West Liberty)

My bed is lonely without you in it
Oh how I miss the moon light stars gazing at night from my bedroom
As I ask myself what did I do to deserve this hurt in my black core heart
As I see the red glistering rose peddles on my bed that fade away because of the love I have lost from the war
The war has took you from me since I wear your golden ring on my hand I once more cry out until my heart turns to stone missing you as I wait for years for your return I realize that you are no longer here you are in heaven talking to the angles and Jesus I see the glow on your face telling me you are once more safe in heaven s arms rest in peace brother

Scheme ABCDE
Poetic Form
Metre 1111001101 111101111011111 111111111011101111 111011110111110101101111101 011111111111011111111101111111011111111011101111101110101010100101101111101111110101110110
Characters 639
Words 140
Sentences 1
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 5
Lines Amount 5
Letters per line (avg) 101
Words per line (avg) 28
Letters per stanza (avg) 504
Words per stanza (avg) 140
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Submitted by wendy_m on December 28, 2020

Modified on May 01, 2023

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