Analysis of vesus

Life in all of her forms....
kiss the lips of her reality
and deny the taste on your tongue
you call it faith
we call it being foolishly wrong

Scheme ABCDE
Poetic Form Tetractys  (40%)
Tanka  (20%)
Lanturne  (20%)
Metre 101101 1011010 00101111 1111 111101001
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 138
Words 29
Sentences 2
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 5
Lines Amount 5
Letters per line (avg) 22
Words per line (avg) 6
Letters per stanza (avg) 110
Words per stanza (avg) 29
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Submitted on October 29, 2014

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Philip Asaya

A Nigerian poet born on the 1st day of April 1984... With a mind that can constructively merge words together bringing out their potency of becoming vividly clear as pictures before your eyes....this one writes and performs spoken word poetry... with most of his performances done in front of hundreds and thousands of people and with recorded pieces with over a thousand downloads. He also teaches the art of spoken word poetry writing and performance,this one also writes songs and stage plays... and added to his crown of talents is a concept developer for adverts and events in the field of electronic media and stage but the beauty of all of this is tied together by one thing and that is can follow him on twitter @philipasaya or like his facebook page "Philip Asaya's Mannequin mode" more…

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