Analysis of Bang!!



nuclearpower
a ticking bomb
BANG!!
everything has gone


Scheme ABCD
Poetic Form
Metre 1 0101 1 1011
Closest metre Iambic dimeter
Characters 51
Words 8
Sentences 2
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 4
Lines Amount 4
Letters per line (avg) 11
Words per line (avg) 2
Letters per stanza (avg) 45
Words per stanza (avg) 8
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Submitted on July 21, 2013

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Alan Green 'Guppyman'

A MAN WHO HAS SOMETHING TO SAYTHAT NEEDS TO BE HEARDTHE POET ALAN GREENA MAN WHO REALLY CARESI HAVE BEEN WRITING POETRY SINCE I WAS A SMALL CHILDI HAVE GRAVE CONCERNS FOR THE ENVIROMENT AND FEAR IT MAY ALREADY BE TO LATE FOR A TURNAROUNDI AM KNOWN AS GUPPYMAN BECAUSE OF MY LOVE FOR THE TROPICAL FISH GUPPIESI REALLY ENJOY YOUR REVEIWS OF MY WORKS AS IT HELPS ME TO REFINE MY POETRY STYLE THANK YOU ALLI AM ENGLISH born and bred in birkenhead a large town on the banks of the river mersey a hard upbringing in a tough part of town known as the north end more…

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