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Poems About: COUPLET

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  • 13.
    Modesty blasé

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    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 14.
    Martin Luther King (Clerihew verse-form)

    Martin Luther King was not a king.
    He did not have horses, a crown, or anything.
    He preached a lot and had a dream
    Of everybody eating ice cream. read more »

    Ben Gieske
  • 15.
    Alankar (Decor) -21

    Moonrise Here (Cavatina)

    The Cavatina is:
    stanzaic, written in any number of quatrains made up of uneven couplets read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 16.
    Alankar(Decor) - 91

    Threesome(Conversational couplets)

    Converse in Couplets is
    stanzaic, written in any number of couplets.
    syllabic, all lines are 11 syllables. read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 17.
    Alankar (Decor) -20

    Sun Rise Here(Cavatina)
    The Cavatina is:
    stanzaic, written in any number of quatrains made up of uneven couplets
    and finally ending in a declamatory couplet. read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 18.
    Alankar(Decor) -87

    A Recipe(Uneven Couplet) -
    The uneven couplet is paired lines of different length
    rhymed or unrhymed, metered or unmetered. read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 19.
    Kake-Jisku Ghazal

    Nature’s seams of seasons en plein air sur terre
    orbit of harmony en plain air sur terre

    Primavera, our eyes rise for your coming read more »

    Ben Gieske
  • 20.
    Learning Urdu

    From a district near Jammu,
    (Dogri stumbling through his Urdu)
    he comes, the victim of a continent broken
    in two in nineteen forty-seven. read more »

    Agha Shahid Ali
  • 21.
    If I See The Sun Again

    I have no poem today.
    Tomorrow's sun may rise with a couplet;
    It might say that you are there
    eager to hear my song, read more »

    cp Aboobacker
  • 22.
    The Secret Of Thy Smile

    Thou cometh in many a shape and size,
    Many a delicate figure and form,
    Dedicating all thy life to fragrance,
    Thine beauty’s born for every pair of eyes; read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 23.
    On the Road to Chorrera

    Three horsemen galloped the dusty way
    While sun and moon were both in the sky;
    An old crone crouched in the cactus' shade,
    And craved an alms as they rode by. read more »

    Arlo Bates
  • 24.
    Hearken to your heart’s silent hint

    To please lady love, keen my heart to bare,
    I tried invoking finely chiselled verse,
    That purest pleasure of my pen be hers,
    Long did I stare at stark page as oft ere; read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
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