Analysis of Winters Wight
O'er strand and sea
A mystic light
Silent Solent churns and rills
As night descends on shanklin hills
I wend my way down cobbled path
To crab and lobsters homely hearth.
|Poetic Form||Quatrain (50%)|
|Metre||10010 101 10101 0101 101101 11011101 11111101 11010101|
|Closest metre||Iambic trimeter|
|Stanza Lengths||4, 4|
|Letters per line (avg)||20|
|Words per line (avg)||5|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||82|
|Words per stanza (avg)||18|
Submitted by Viceversa on March 04, 2021
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