Analysis of The Poet and the Pigeon
until a passerby
Shooed them away
what's he thinking?
They were just
pecking at seed,
Now I have,
No birds, to enjoy.
Lucky, am I not?
|Scheme||ABAXX XXBXC XXXXX XXXDC DXC|
|Metre||101 010100 1101 11 1110 101 1011 1100 101 11 100 111 11101 101 101 11 110 10111 101 101 110 10 11|
|Closest metre||Iambic dimeter|
|Stanza Lengths||5, 5, 5, 5, 3|
|Letters per line (avg)||11|
|Words per line (avg)||2|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||49|
|Words per stanza (avg)||11|
Submitted on May 01, 2011
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