Each stanza of Pearl begins and ends with a repeating word that changes in each section. The word “right” or variations of that word is used in section 12. Like the word pearl, which can mean both literally the jewel, the girl Pearl, or a metaphor for something that is clear, immaculate, clean, and pure, the word “right” also has different meanings. Pearl (the girl) explains that innocent humans have the right (the noun meaning a moral entitlement) to enter heaven under God’s grace because they have been “righteous” or “right” (adjective meaning morally correct). The word is played around without through out section 12 stating “innocence is safe by right” and “the righteous man…shall approach God’s domicile” (stanza 57 and 58). Another interesting repeated word is “spot” (section 16). This word is used to describe a place in Judah or a position (spot) or something that is flawless, without a spot (like a stain) or “spotless.” The last repeated word is “please” as the speaker describes his desire to please God and what pleases God. After waking up, the speaker has decided to “please” God, which he learned about through out the poem and even questioned but with Pearl’s lessons he is ready to follow God’s will. The various meanings of the words and the repetitive nature of the poem, make reading it fun and entertaining but also engrain the message into the reader, much like the message was engrained into the speaker who by the end of the poem wants to submit to God’s grace and be a better Christian.