Analysis of Never-ending
Dominick Harvey 1993 (FL)
Roaming around circle after circle,
Thinking in an abnegated state,
The unforeseen had arisen,
Too inept to understand the issues which ones to separate,
Surmising a conclusion free from doubt,
Engaging in simple causalities,
Lies told to slander and defame,
Exsistence of fabricated dialogue, thus arousing actions against my name,
The sudden intense of hesitation conceding defeat,
Envisioning an escape is what I implore,
Decended upon one's dignity,
Entrapped no way out to difficult to endure,
Encountering opposition is uncanny,
Steadily contradicting resistance and it's veracity,
So why yield at the power of falsified liberty,
The reading of this concise statement is not of relevance,
Only the comprehension of a vile and neglected reality,
|Metre||1001101010 100111 0011010 10110101011110 10010111 010010100 11110001 11100101010100111 01001101001001 010010111101 1011100 011111100101 01000101010 100010010010100 1111010110100 010110110111100 100010101001010|
|Closest metre||Iambic hexameter|
|Letters per line (avg)||36|
|Words per line (avg)||7|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||617|
|Words per stanza (avg)||114|
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