Analysis of Sing a Song

Navya Karey 1998 (India)



O, my dear broken heart
Sing a song in this desert
Let your song reach his heart
He might find a way for this desert

Sing a song on this hectic breeze
This sun may weep along with you
Sing a song in that cruel storm
Let that wind drove you into the snow

Sing a song on this freezing land
Let this chilled wind feel his warmth
Sing a song for the spring
For his warmth can melt this Snow

Sing a song with birds
He's nearer to you
Sing a song with him
A Joyful song


Scheme ABAB XCXD XXXD XCXX
Poetic Form Quatrain  (25%)
Metre 111101 1010110 111111 111011110 10111101 11110111 10101101 111110101 10111101 1111111 101101 1111111 10111 11011 10111 0101
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 450
Words 98
Sentences 1
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4
Lines Amount 16
Letters per line (avg) 23
Words per line (avg) 6
Letters per stanza (avg) 91
Words per stanza (avg) 25
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Submitted by NavyaKarey2510 on February 23, 2021

Modified on March 08, 2023

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