Poems About: COUPLET
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241.In Search Of Aphrodite
A Sideline Sonnet
(letters on the left side of the poem make the 15th line, which is also written out in parenthesis at the end of the poem) This poem, instead of being displayed with either 12 lines on the left margin, with the 13th and 14th lines indented in modern format, or with the first 8 lines on the left margin, a line skipped and then the next 4 lines on the left margin with the couplet indented in the style most commonly used in the days of Shakespeare, will be posted in 4 line stanzas to make it easier to read the side line, which will be three 4 letter words, and one 2 letter word.
May I behold a girl this fair: read more »James Walter Orr
242.Return the Princess
Return the Princess
Sir Knight, I beg of you, fetch my sister.
A high born lady, stolen from our court. read more »Amera Andersen
243.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
I retire with honour leaving my post to other.
Settling all the public affairs, I am happier.
Like a fairy, I take naps leisurely.
Things which I like to do freely: - read more »Charles WOO
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
246.'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
247.Prayer emotion is, not motion
Moses found once a man’s prayer a sacrilege:
God, be frank, free, if ye feel lost, alone,
I can be thine moving shadow, all age,
Give ye clean bath, groom ye, soothe thy tired bone, read more »Aniruddha Pathak
248.The Greatest Attribute
O! People scattered the Earth,
Depressed and sad,
In the circles of my voices, read more »Muhammad Shanazar
249.From Crown to Downhill Flight
Uneasy lies ahead, head wearing clown
stems stillborn tears, while smile disguises frown
too well aware of faults that others wear,
weary of his own that must prepare read more »Jonathan ROBIN
250.Angel of no regrets
I rememeber that night when death was so near.
I remember being in your arms whispering in your ear.
I remember the tear filled eyes and unhappy faces.
Thinking to myself ' why here of all places? ' read more »Silence Dogood
251.Nothing I Have
I like to look at photos of pretty women
And their mothers,
And dream of their husbands as I hike in
Autumn’s blushing, to where there are couches read more »Robert Rorabeck
252.Epilogue to Agamemnon
Our bard, to modern epilogue a foe,
Thinks such mean mirth but deadens generous woe;
Dispels in idle air the moral sigh, read more »James Thomson