Poems About: COUPLET
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
A better teacher than any book
Experience gives life a new look,
Ere teaching it takes toughest of test,
And lifetime lesson follows in haste. read more »Aniruddha Pathak
206.Sonnet: To Death, My Love Sailed
To Death, My Love Sailed, Striding Down Bare Ground/
That Of This Molten Top, Alone i Rest/
Thou See'st Of Me In Sorrow's Den Abound/ read more »Patrick Sunday
207.Prosody of Free verse
Often see in poetry council
an innocent quarry,
is Free verse is realy verse or merely prose chopped into lines?
and what might be its Meter? read more »Gulsher john
208.Slice and Dice
One reads a poem and thinks, ' well that's ok'.
One studies it, then admires it in awe.
Why the need to dicect a poem?
I doubt thats a poems purpose at all. read more »Jane Wright
209.0243 The Sonnet
Why is this sonnet form so dear to me?
this silent cloister of the singing heart
where I may be myself in sanctity
yet meet beloved strangers there in art; read more »Michael Shepherd
210.Sonnet and Sonata
May sonnet ever match sonata form?
whose opening movement catches restless mind;
whose new and ever-fresh harmonious sound
puts spark in eye and ear, and feet on ground; read more »Michael Shepherd
211.0037 Ode to the Patience of a Yawning Audience
O come sweet sleep, and close my eyes with verse!
with drowsy metre, meet a deeper sleep;
to sleep, to dream, I never am averse -
to slumber numbed by poet's numbers deep; read more »Michael Shepherd
212.Tablets of Jet
You think that you only
Weep in remembering,
Nothing I’ve told you
Would hint at regret, read more »David Lewis Paget
213.What a Dilemma
“What a dilemma” exclaimed the poet
“a Shakespearean sonnet I must write.
If I succeeded I would not know it
Or have a clue if I had done it right.” read more »maggie signaigo
We Poets of the World sublime,
Who put our thoughts into poetic rhyme,
Daily, Hourly, Weekly too,
To bring our words to me and you. read more »Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
I'm surrounded by procedures,
For everything I do,
Procedures for my eating,
There's one to use the loo! read more »Joe Hughes visit joehughes.org.uk
216.lively as a speeding hearse
From human speech when moved by muteness
I make my odyssey in verse,
criticized sometimes for cuteness,
lively as a speeding hearse. read more »gershon hepner