Analysis of Celebrate



I know he lives,i believe
he lives,i'm sure he lives
i'm sure he lives ,i know
he lives the savior lives.
It times to celebrate the
savior and his worth
let's shout because we know
he lives and are certain his
love has set us free our enemy's
defeated if with me you agree come
on and lift up your hands.
Forgive me,Lord please help
me.John please forgive me like,to
tell peolpe forgive becaue if
I die and I'll see the Lord
and he open the book life
and he said to me why did
i say this to you.I don't
want to go to hell.I don't
think of myself,I have so much on my mind.


Scheme ABCBDECFGHIJKLKMKKKK
Poetic Form Etheree  (35%)
Metre 111101 11111 111111 110101 111100 10011 110111 1101101 1111110100 0101111011 101111 01111 110111 110111 1101101 0110011 0111111 111111 111111 111111111
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 553
Words 124
Sentences 6
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 20
Lines Amount 20
Letters per line (avg) 22
Words per line (avg) 6
Letters per stanza (avg) 438
Words per stanza (avg) 116
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Submitted on January 15, 2010

Modified on March 05, 2023

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