Analysis of A Wedding Toast

True love is rear
And only comes but once in a life
So let's bow our heads
And say a prayer
To bless this bond not once but twice
May your lives be full of joy
Happiness and peace
May your children be healthy and happy
To say the least

Rick Rhythm Williams
                                                1996 (c) P.H.P

Poetic Form
Metre 1111 010111001 111101 0101 11111111 1111111 10001 1110110010 1101 0010 11010 11
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 402
Words 59
Sentences 3
Stanzas 2
Stanza Lengths 10, 2
Lines Amount 12
Letters per line (avg) 19
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 113
Words per stanza (avg) 29
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Submitted on October 09, 2013

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Rick Rhythm

I am a singer song writer musician and poet I have written published recorded my work And received several awards I have been published in 20 International poetry books and received six Editor's Choice Awards one Accomplishment of Merit an International poet of Merit Award The 2012 International Who's Who in Poetry Award and Best Poets and Poem of 2012 Award I have been on the radio and have played music on stage with several well known blues musician's one of the biggest crowds I have played in front of was over five thousand people My home is in Minneapolis MN But most of all My family is my first passion and number one love more…

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