Analysis of Snow
Little children gaze at snow laden skies,
See the anticipation in those eager eyes,
Then, when it finally arrives-unbounded joy,
childhood memories return for each `girl and boy`.
Snowball fights,snowmen,snow everywhere,
And, though freezing cold, you hadn't a care.
Snow in your `wellies`-stuck to your socks,
Snow in your balaclava,soaking your locks.
Divine madness, the pleasures of childhood,
Recalling these times makes up all feel good.
When the `session` was over, we rushed home to mum,
For comfort, a cup of hot tea, and some food in the `tum!`
|Metre||1010111101 10001001101 111100010101 11000111101 1110 0110111001 10111111 101111 011001011 0101111111 10111011111 11001111011001 10010|
|Closest metre||Iambic pentameter|
|Letters per line (avg)||35|
|Words per line (avg)||7|
|Letters per stanza (avg)||455|
|Words per stanza (avg)||91|
Submitted by paintedlady on May 01, 2021
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