Analysis of I Cry Hallelujah!

Ronald-Bunch 1982 (Grand Rapids)

I love.
I live.
I pray.
My feelings fly.
My heart cries.
My tears are of joy,
I plead on one knee.
To God I worship,
I fall to both knees.
To the Son I worship,
I bow forward.
To the Holy Spirit I worship,
I have joy.
My fingers spread,
I reach over my head,
I have love.
My lungs reach over my bed,
I cry hallelujah!

Poetic Form
Metre 11 11 11 1101 111 11111 11111 11110 11111 101110 1110 101010110 111 1101 111011 111 1111011 11010
Closest metre Iambic dimeter
Characters 300
Words 68
Sentences 11
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 18
Lines Amount 18
Letters per line (avg) 13
Words per line (avg) 4
Letters per stanza (avg) 232
Words per stanza (avg) 68
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Submitted by RonaldWrites on March 26, 2021

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Ronald-Bunch He did volunteer work, goes to church, reads, and likes long walks. He's a self published writer and poet. He's getting his GED and will graduate at Grand Rapids (USA) community college. Activity: Ronald Lee Bunch published his poetry book called I Am A Man As I should be on create space September 1st, 2014 (Paper Back) and August 31, 2014 (Kindle Edition) Audio book is now available at amazon. Interests: Writing, reading, walking. Favorite book types: Fantasy and writer/author biographies. Some of the books he read: Mainspring (Clockwork Earth #1), The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia), The Holiness of God, The Outsiders, Clash of the Titans, Gulliver's Travels, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2), The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic, Crossfire, Outland, Krull, The Red King (Star Trek: Titan, #2), Icerigger #1, Spellsinger, Flinx's Folly (Pip & Flinx #9), Battle Surgeons (Star Wars: Clone Wars, #4), The Silmarillion, The Lord of The Rings, The Hobbit, David Copperfield. more…

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