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Poems About: COUPLET

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  • 61.

    Wanted to pay
    debts of gratitude.
    There was a call from evergreens,
    he was not ready to go. read more »

    Satish Verma
  • 62.
    School Daze

    butterfly jumper
    thai yellow shoes

    rhythm and rhyme read more »

    The Orsha Group
  • 63.
    'The Sacraments'

    I lifted the head and saw green pastures
    armed priests approached me
    and covered the sacraments with the blood
    of the poor of world. read more »

    Antonis J. Kazantzoglou
  • 64.
    The Meal

    Must I, exciting nobody, be a slight leader,
    According to pain and suffering of the meal?
    There was a solitary figure of importance
    Hanging up its head to the heavenly sky. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 65.
    #White Nights XIII Life and Death

    Beat the drum,
    Sing the couplet,
    Freedom is not because of you,
    It is in spite of you, read more »

    Sadiqullah Khan
  • 66.
    To Transmit The Culture Fire

    We should follow the sages to carry on their duty.
    Modern technology helps us to change the world daily.
    In China, poem and couplet websites are flooded.
    People transmit the culture fire by internet method. read more »

    Charles WOO
  • 67.
    Tribute To My Friends

    When we meet again, I shall call you friend.
    Among storms' clouds...only sunshine's shrouds
    of the moment.
    Past all that is left of the last planet... read more »

    elysabeth faslund
  • 68.
    Song of Birth [*July,15th 05*]

    O my companion, what should I do,
    To make you haply in blue!

    I can only offer amity to you, read more »

    arsyad paripurna II
  • 69.
    Tomato Omlette

    I hobbled
    onto a chair with raised legs
    All I wanted was to gobble
    some eggs read more »

    Dorothy Sinha
  • 70.
    poem 69

    it seems at times,
    there’s nothing else to write about;
    and yet this stubborn compulsion remains:
    to arrange lines of syllabled rhymes, read more »

    Michael Stephens
  • 71.
    Cheese (school assignment 7th)


    Cheese is a food.
    I’m in a cheese mood. read more »

    Jane Meyer
  • 72.
    love will grow

    Linda’s response to this poem:

    Nice to know, thanks mate so very much,
    You really have the touchy feely touch. read more »

    gershon hepner
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