COUPLET POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “couplet” are listed.

  • 241.
    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 »

  • 242.
    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 »

  • 243.
    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 »

  • 244.
    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 »

  • 245.
    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 »

  • 246.
    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 »

  • 247.
    A Poet, I am Not

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

  • 248.
    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 »

  • 249.
    30th January - An Order

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

  • 250.
    Summer Butterfly

    White butterfly, lately come through meadow tilled field,
    hesitant in this Irish summer, landing on the yellow buttercup flower,
    bright against the purple thistle and ferns.
    Moving through the blushing red of roses, resting, read more »

  • 251.
    Fashionista

    Tool kit, socket wrench, needle nosed pliers.
    An ettui, a coach purse, P.F. Flyers.
    A measuring tape rolled out at arms length
    any other tool kit you might invent read more »

  • 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 »

New Couplet Poems

  1. Skeletons that rattle, Emmanuel George Cefai
  2. The Sonnet, michael walker
  3. Kimmo Samuel Timonen, Richard Thripp
  4. I AM NOT A POET, Terry terrific Egharevba
  5. <<<<<< A call for a ca.., Abdul Wahab
  6. Summer Butterfly, Bernard Kennedy
  7. Fashionista, Buddy Bee Anthony
  8. A loving Father, Joshua Barnett
  9. Woman Sometimes An Indian View! ! ! !, SALINI NAIR
  10. Warning to a Rhymster Who is Making Ever.., David McLansky
  11. In An Album, Alexander Anderson
  12. Tomato Omlette, Dorothy Sinha
  13. If I See The Sun Again, cp Aboobacker
  14. A Poet's Lament, David McLansky
  15. Without You, Muhammad Shanazar
  16. Prosody of Free verse, Gulsher john
  17. Sonnet: To Death, My Love Sailed, Patrick Sunday
  18. Experience, Aniruddha Pathak
  19. Modesty blasé, Aniruddha Pathak
  20. Death comes to call every day, Aniruddha Pathak
  21. Kids without coitus, Aniruddha Pathak
  22. To poets far & fat, Richard Thripp
  23. The Secret Of Thy Smile, Aniruddha Pathak
  24. Love’s last flickering flame, Aniruddha Pathak
  25. Death, thou shalt die, Aniruddha Pathak
  26. The silent lips of love scarce lie, Aniruddha Pathak
  27. Hearken to your heart’s silent hint, Aniruddha Pathak
  28. When Milton’s sonnets sing, Aniruddha Pathak
  29. A prayer too late, Aniruddha Pathak
  30. Destiny Dies But Once, Aniruddha Pathak
  31. The Ruba'iyat Of Creteil Lake - Part Three, T (no first name) Wignesan
  32. Monster's Ink, Charles Monroe
  33. Literary Terms, Gulsher john
  34. That's The Writing Bug!, Denis Martindale
  35. A Sonnet Of Nature, Portia Burton
  36. Fête De L'internet 1998 With Khemi, Jonathan ROBIN
  37. That Loved flower, Sudam Panigrahi
  38. I am a human, Pankaj Kumar
  39. Pandora's Box Unlocks, Jonathan ROBIN
  40. Cascading Thoughts, Lento Maez
  41. Who’s Stupid?, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  42. Alankar (Decor) -170, Indira Renganathan
  43. Alankar (Decor) -169, Indira Renganathan
  44. “A Date with a fool”, Queeny Gona
  45. TWO THINGS ARE BETTER, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  46. Alankar (Decor) -166, Indira Renganathan
  47. Alankar(Decor) -165, Indira Renganathan
  48. To Block or Not to Block, that is the Qu.., Jonathan ROBIN
  49. Craft and Wisemen versus Kraft und Eisen, Jonathan ROBIN
  50. Alankar (Decor) - 161, Indira Renganathan
  51. From Crown to Downhill Flight, Jonathan ROBIN
  52. To Thee, Rai Tula
  53. My Tears are Ink, Joey Jones
  54. Then by what impulse … 0206-2k13, saadat tahir
  55. Myself as an idea, Madrason writer
  56. Alankar(Decor) -150, Indira Renganathan
  57. Alankar(Decor) -149, Indira Renganathan
  58. Alankar(Decor) -142, Indira Renganathan
  59. Alankar(Decor) -141, Indira Renganathan
  60. Musical Meters, Leaking Pen
  61. The Greatest Attribute, Muhammad Shanazar
  62. Alankar(Decor) -140, Indira Renganathan
  63. Alankar(Decor) -136, Indira Renganathan
  64. The Poetry Club, David Williams
  65. Guldaste - bouquet, Hardik Vaidya
  66. The Brownings, Ima Ryma
  67. Poetry - Mother of all branches, ramesh rai
  68. Written For Narendar (3), Muhammad Shanazar
  69. Written For Narender (1), Muhammad Shanazar
  70. Where Love Draws The Line (couplets), Cynthia BuhainBaello
  71. Flowerpot, Mark Parry
  72. Wah Kya Nashaa Hai? / What is that addic.., Hardik Vaidya
  73. THE WILD JASMINE, R.K Das
  74. Sand and Diamonds, Hardik Vaidya
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