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Poems About: COUPLET

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  • 229.
    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
  • 230.
    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
  • 231.
    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
  • 232.
    Worldly Poets

    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
  • 233.
    What a Dilemma (a Shakespearean sonnet?)

    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
  • 234.
    Time-Lined Encapsulations

    E ncapsulation of emotions felt,
    N uance soft, or sharply coloured cape, read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 235.
    Is One Blamed?

    Silence is golden, guilt remains ashamed
    to hold up to the spotlight’s piercing glare read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 236.
    Cynicia

    There is beginning of my end again.
    I follow Cynicia, my right eye.
    Together we go somewhere, stumble lame
    For fourteen times and do never know, why? read more »

    Ashton John Fischer Jr.
  • 237.
    Nihilia

    She has taught nothing but never denied
    And bemoans that I am one-eyed, I think.
    Altruistically, she hasn't lied,
    Nor told truth, and like a stone does sink. read more »

    Ashton John Fischer Jr.
  • 238.
    Poetry Teachings

    Poetry for some seems to be a writing style that is confusing. Old world poets and critics are caught in formulas and do not understand passion. The world of words has changed, and there really is no such thing as a mistake in poetry. The most modern form, which is read the most is “Free Verse” where the emotion behind the message is what is most important and captures the readers within the folds of the verse. Another popular style of poetry is dark or gothic poetry in which the subject matter is a little ‘off kilter.”

    Popular among the teenage readers is what has been referred to as “ghetto” poetry. This poetry has a rough edge and delivers messages related to drugs, the homeless and the darker side of street living. read more »

    Tilly Rivers
  • 239.
    0244 Trying to write a sonnet

    It's a bit like a trip in a hot air balloon -
    the hot air of thousands of years of
    poets poetizing; all trying to float a little higher than the everyday,
    just a little lower than the angels - read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 240.
    To Moliere

    Unequaled genius, whose warm fancy knows
    No rhyming labor, no poetic throes;
    To whom Apollo has unlocked his store;
    Whose coin is struck from pure Parnassian ore; read more »

    Nicholas Boileau-Despreaux
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