Analysis of Mrs. Fix-It

Mrs. Fix-It
a woman that can fix anything
cars, lawnmowers, dishwashers,
stereos, computers, and jammed trash compactors,
and much more
like Rosie the Riveter,
only in a navy blue dress,
puts new meaning to the phrase "Girl Power"

When she she shows up at the door,
the guys laugh in disbelief,
a girl who can repair machines,
there must be some mistake
by the time she gets through
she turns their doubts into truths,
repairs their broken goods at a reasonable cost,
$70 and an ice, cold Pepsi
just because she's awesome

Economics major
does it to pay for college,
lord knows the tuition isn't cheap

All the girls envy her
all the guys want to be with her,
but her heart already belongs to another,
she's been engaged to him for a year,
has a good head on her shoulders,
getting a degree in one field
and finding prosperity in the other
jack of all trades
move over, Mr. Fix-It,
there's a new missus in town,
and her name's Mrs. Fix it

Poetic Form
Metre 1011 01011110 110010 100100111 011 11001 10001011 1110101110 11111101 011001 01110101 111101 101111 1111011 0111011010001 011110 101110 01010 1111110 110010101 101100 10111110 101010011010 110111101 10111010 10001011 01001000010 1111 1101011 1011001 0011011
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 906
Words 173
Sentences 4
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 8, 9, 3, 11
Lines Amount 31
Letters per line (avg) 24
Words per line (avg) 6
Letters per stanza (avg) 182
Words per stanza (avg) 43
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Submitted on August 24, 2014

Modified on March 27, 2023

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