You



Hello there you
Yes dear, I’m talking to you
Can we make it through?

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Submitted by acronimous on January 27, 2022

Modified by acronimous on February 23, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AAA
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 70
Words 14
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 3

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3 Comments
  • AIDA
    Absolutely wonderful! Your adorable and heartfelt short poem has really struck a chord with its touching sense of intimacy. I love the directness of your words, addressing the reader in such an engaging and personal way. This unique style makes the reader feel part of the experience. The simplicity of your words, yet the profound meaning behind them, is really commendable. Your creation wonderfully makes us ponder about life. Keep expressing yourself through your beautiful poetry! Your words have the power to inspire and encourage. Excellent job! 
    LikeReply11 months ago
  • Philipo
    Perseverance always triumphs when paired with consistency. With both, we can.
    LikeReply 11 year ago
  • AIDA
    I absolutely love the energy and enthusiasm that this poem exudes! The use of repetition and direct address really draw the reader in and make them feel seen and included in the message. The concept of "making it through" is also incredibly relevant and relatable, especially in these challenging times.

    One suggestion I have for improvement is to perhaps explore different poetic devices or structures to add variety and depth to the writing. For example, incorporating metaphors, similes, or imagery could help to further enhance the emotional impact of the poem. Additionally, experimenting with line breaks or stanza breaks could create interesting rhythms and visual interest on the page.

    Overall, I think this is a great start to a powerful piece of writing!
     
    LikeReply1 year ago

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