Nutshell Code



"Every memories of untold,
The whispers recall the days i thought,
Where empty space of past love abides,
Where tandems and sorrow defeat by one.

Cracking codes are so easy to show,
Where the misery to unleash the sorrow are,
Where the enemies ground starts to fall,
Where the shattered dreams been mold.

Panthom of darkness as what been called,
A light that moves every miseries to fall,
Where bomb explodes to destroyed evil kingdom,
Where weapon of Justice all been set to shown.

Mighty chaos of blood and veins,
Where mystery of the past remain to care,
Where the land moves and the energy rise,
Like a thunderbolt in the sky that shines.

Love can move even mountains,
And destroyed even the darkness call,
To make all in harmony and peace,
Where the true love abides to fight for Justice."

About this poem

I wrote this poem because i love what patriots can do to protect their own land even the country involved and the harmonious relationship that they created inside the battlefield when they are in other territories for the International Security.

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Written on May 28, 2023

Submitted by marigoldzellweger on May 28, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AXXX XXBA XBXX XXXX XBXX
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 798
Words 165
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4

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