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Poems About: COUPLET

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  • 241.
    Alphabet Artistry

    ALPHABET ARTISTRY
    Able acrostic artist’s alignment adds air.
    Alliteration asks acknowledgement aware,
    Bard’s brain bequeaths benchmark billet, blends braid bans blare, read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 242.
    Shaero-shayari-1

    SHAER(couplets) in hindi/urdu are the couplets which express the
    feelings of love, sadness, joy, affection and different other emotions in a beautiful poetic way in just two lines. The following couplets(from my book Sab Rang/2010) are posted in hindi alongwith its english version. English translation is also posted bringing out the meaning and essence of the couplets to the best of my capability.

    न ा ख ु द ा क ् य ा च ल ा ए ग ा न ा व च प ू ओ ं स े read more »

    Tribhawan Kaul
  • 243.
    Shaero-shayri-4

    SHAER(couplets) in hindi/urdu are the couplets which express the feelings of love, sadness, joy, affection and different other emotions in a beautiful poetic way in just two lines. The following couplets(from my book Sab Rang/2010) are posted in hindi alongwith its english version. English translation is posted bringing out the essence of the couplets to the best of my capability.


    प ् य ा र क ो र ि श ् त े म े ं ब ं द न ा न ह ी ं ल ग त ा अ च ् छ ा read more »

    Tribhawan Kaul
  • 244.
    A Poet, I am Not

    Friend: A poet, I am not.
    Those who are,
    Sing not,
    Care naught for the oppressed, read more »

    Gopaldas Neeraj
  • 245.
    Pandora's Box Unlocks

    With spendthrift public to purchases wed,
    privacy's threatened, it can't be gainsaid.
    Consumer protection is often misled
    by headlines enticing and small print widespread. read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 246.
    When Milton’s sonnets sing

    Petrarchan1 in prime is when most preferred,
    Liberty held back by time and volume,
    By rhythm and syntax, leaving no room
    For a Shakespearean2 to live a charmed bird; read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 247.
    Inspiration

    How often have I started out
    With no thought in my noodle,
    And wandered here and there about,
    Where fancy bade me toddle; read more »

    Robert William Service
  • 248.
    30th January - An Order

    Today's Thirtieth January
    Write-if you must
    Ask not for ink
    Transfer tears on paper. read more »

    Gopaldas Neeraj
  • 249.
    Suburbia

    It is sunset and I am
    flying through the suburbs—
    not running, as most read more »

    Christopher Apfelbach
  • 250.
    'Black Bart, Po8'

    Welcome, good friend; as you have served your term,
    And found the joy of crime to be a fiction,
    I hope you'll hold your present faith, stand firm
    And not again be open to conviction. read more »

    Ambrose Bierce
  • 251.
    A poems are treasure

    Neither poems are lost treasure
    nor they are means of pleasure
    they are meant to be enjoyed by others
    We need not go into it and bother read more »

    hasmukh amathalal
  • 252.
    Poets Are Liars

    Poets are liars. They cannot be tamed.
    They live on borrowed dreams, and have the gift
    Of casting out a graceful, witty line,
    And catching your heart or mind in their snare; read more »

    Amy Sutton
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