Analysis of Shelltop

Dawn D Mitchell 1981 (NYC)



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Blow
Off your top
In a Minute please excuse me moss mossberg mosher mayhem anthem anthemic comedy comeback from frome friends former star worl wide wideout hidepit Hideki harrington jas jaspn jaspers naspers masters syroke strikd of Myanmar in winter haven park parkway Andrew Johnson Miller roller blads black blacklisted bicklist shelltop shelley Smith and her family members are not visible invisible


Scheme ABCD
Poetic Form
Metre 1 1 111 001010111101011011001111101111111001110110111110101011101010101110111010010010111000100
Characters 404
Words 63
Sentences 1
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 4
Lines Amount 4
Letters per line (avg) 86
Words per line (avg) 16
Letters per stanza (avg) 344
Words per stanza (avg) 63
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Dawn D Mitchell

Dawn D Mitchell is an american poet and activist reform most of her poerty has not been released. But today she is apart of a group called Revolution Bob Avakian on actual revolution and the new communism. more…

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