Poems About: COUPLET
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Sunset, yet the wet day doesn't fade away
Aimless next day, no text, no pay
Herbs exchange hands, and so 'their' strange words
The superb weed kills it all, and pills' need will fall read more »John Gichomo
62.Craft and Wisemen versus Kraft und Eisen
Sur[e]ly teutons were defeated
by hurly-burly true and sturdy,
tune called to their hurdy-gurdy,
'might' to 'might not' soon retreated. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
63.TWO THINGS ARE BETTER
Two things make a couple, Two lines of poetry make a couplet, Two eyes can see well, Two ears can hear well, Two hands can work well, Two legs can walk well, Two tonsils can perform well, read more »MOHAMMAD SKATI
I went in search of
The stupidest person,
My search was all
In vain. read more »Tirupathi Chandrupatla
65.A Muted Tune
You be a couplet
And I'll be the prose-
All they hear is your heart that's beating,
All they hear is the door that close. read more »Patti Masterman
Lying under the moon
Desiring the oneness
Lit up like a busy candle
Gone to ashes in the love of oneness read more »Syed Peerzada Aurangzeb
67.THE WILD JASMINE
I know not where
The jasmine blooms;
Which soil caresses her roots,
What rays nourish her, read more »R.K Das
The Brownings were a couplet true.
Elizabeth and Robert loved
Each other in the world they knew.
Their poems passionately gloved read more »Ima Ryma
69.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
70.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
71.Cheese (school assignment 7th)
Cheese is a food.
I’m in a cheese mood. read more »Jane Meyer
Slouching beside my parents
A shabby shriveled bloke
Wrapped himself in a rug worn
Laden with a bulky bag torn read more »Nooruddeen Mathilakathveetil