Analysis of Count Your Blessings

My dog follows beside me,
On a warn summer eve,
Now and then chasing birds,
He flushes from bushes and trees.

He is my best companion,
He is my true friend indeed,
His is a simple relationship,
I appreciate and need.

When we go wandering,
Nature is the essence of all,
We are enjoying all living things,
Hearing the physical earth's calls.

I know to count my blessings,
My faithful dog is one of them,
So is God's beautiful universe,
A special gift granted to man.

Poetic Form Quatrain  (25%)
Metre 1110011 101101 101101 11011001 1111010 1111101 11010010 101001 111100 10101011 110101101 10010011 1111110 11011111 11110010 01011011
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 449
Words 86
Sentences 4
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4
Lines Amount 16
Letters per line (avg) 23
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 90
Words per stanza (avg) 22
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Submitted on October 15, 2012

Modified on March 05, 2023

26 sec read

Omajean Lewis

Born in Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl days, growing up during the early days of the Texas Oil Fields observing WW11 as a child, graduating from high school and marrying in the early fifties, raising two children, Tonya and Brenton through the sixties and seventies and taking care of her parents and parent-in-law through the nineteen nineties has given Oma Lewis a unique perceptive on life. When not busy traveling and enjoying her family with her husband Dalton of 59 years, Oma is active as an artist, photographer, and writer. more…

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