Poems About: COUPLET
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
205.Poem, Wine, Fiddle & Chess
Chanting poem and pairing couplet made me happy.
So thus drinking bottles of wine with my friend, Charley!
I played fiddle according to the ancient music book.
In chess competition, I defeated the famous crook. read more »Charles WOO
206.Jesse James Joyce
The day's been as glum as a poet's accountant.
A little more adventure wouldn’t go amiss,
so I’ll saddle-up my poems
and head ‘em all out West... read more »Eddie Gibbons
207.Sonnet Minus One: A Jest [Acrostic on THIRTEEN LINES]
This is not a sonnet, can’t you tell? It
Has a line less than it should, for, hell, if
I am to be printed in this broadside,
Rules require the lines to number oddly. read more »Richard St. Clair
208.The Poet Gathering
At [Ken Tu Yuan] in Taiwan, poets get together.
They chant poems and compose couplets in the cellar.
Fragrance of tea from rosy cups penetrates their sleeves.
Notice board shows a masterpiece the champion achieves. read more »Charles WOO
Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus
Bringing history from the abyss
Great escapes, commands and rules
Reversing porcupine under the vine read more »Paul du Plessis
210.The Lantern Festival
Glad to see phoenix return home on Lantern Festival.
Din of drum and pipe is full of the suburb with people.
Many colourful festive lanterns are pasted with puzzle.
Full moon in spring shines brightly at the tip of pine jungle. read more »Charles WOO
If you are a poem hunter
you need a butterfly net
to catch the elusive hyperbole
you need to be vigilant read more »Gladys Acosta
Not to the prophets who couldn’t save their life
Nor to the Judas who drank thy blood and defied
But I sing to their corpses who only could hear
The sound of my music which nobody could bear read more »Gaurav Tiwary
The clerihew is a biographical and whimsical verse consisting of two couplets and a specific rhyming scheme, usually aabb. The poem names a well-known person /character who is introduced within the first line.
Sir Garifield Sobers
In one over read more »Ravi Panamanna
214.Stealthily, free verse
You sit on my desk,
Your legs, a sonnet's couplet,
Perfect in meter and rhyme.
You look at me and smile; read more »Fidel Arcenas
If Heaven Has A Throne..(Rhyme Royal)
Rhyme Royal is: read more »Indira Renganathan
I am always tempted
To seek you out
No matter where you glide
As if pride ignites your stride read more »Leaking Pen