Analysis of I Thank God he sent you me!



I sorry for be gone so long john.
We have a bond too strong to break
we have a love no one can take.In
you,i have found a love is true
my heart is filled with love for you
Everytime i see you in my heart skips
a beat,you make my life whole you
make my life complete.I'm so sorry
for hurt you i don't like to hurt you i
love you to much.I don't want you to
let me go i will lose my mind? i know
it somethink worry so i have to fix it
right i don't want to lose you so
i will fix.I will be back have faith in
me. It time for me to come back i don't
like to see you hurt or talk like you did
in your poems.Thank god he sent you to me.


Scheme ABACCDCEFCGHGIJKE
Poetic Form
Metre 110111111 11011111 11011111 1110111 11111111 101110111 0111111 1111110 1111111111 11111111 1111111111 1110111111 11111111 111111110 1111111111 1111111111 011111111
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 615
Words 150
Sentences 9
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 17
Lines Amount 17
Letters per line (avg) 28
Words per line (avg) 8
Letters per stanza (avg) 473
Words per stanza (avg) 143
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Submitted on January 15, 2010

Modified on March 05, 2023

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