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Poems About: SONNET

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  • 13.
    Sonnet- Sonnet Needs Rhymes

    Can you a Sonnet write without its rhyme?
    Now people want the modern verse that's free;
    As ideas get stuck and cramped with time,
    A Sonnet's like leafless branches of tree! read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 14.
    Sonnet 66: On Sonnets

    Will Shakespeare, our greatest sonnet writer,
    Left his mark in history with his plays;
    Crafted his sonnets making his words brighter
    And his plays most enjoyable in all ways. read more »

    David Wood
  • 15.
    Golden Days

    Sonnets of penned passions,
    Sing of love's sweet song,
    Lingering memories of love,
    Golden days gone wrong. read more »

    Teresa Dearing
  • 16.
    My loves sonnet

    My loves sonnet
    ~
    My love is an unwritten sonnet
    an ode to the greatest beauty read more »

    Matthew Holloway
  • 17.
    Sonnet Cakes

    Sonnet Cakes


    Catch a passing flock of words read more »

    Irene C S ClarkHogg
  • 18.
    Sonnets Are Full Of Love

    Sonnets are full of love, and this my tome
    Has many sonnets: so here now shall be
    One sonnet more, a love sonnet, from me read more »

    Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • 19.
    Sonnet On A Star

    If I could write a sonnet
    on a star
    Then bottle it and
    toss it to the sea read more »

    Tamara Beryl Latham
  • 20.
    Sonnet #1

    Sonnet #1
    I’m not quite sure how to write a sonnet
    So I’ll start with just a few simple lines.
    If I correctly write this sonnet read more »

    Vi Lanflagle
  • 21.
    I Sonnet You

    My sonnets make reason and rhyme,
    Iambic tetrameterly.
    Fourteen lines is plenty of time
    To make the point to you from me. read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 22.
    The Sonnet

    The sonnet’s form constrains the poet’s hand
    From setting out his feelings loud and clear;
    It makes his intimations hard to hear
    And forces him to choose the safe and bland. read more »

    C Richard Miles
  • 23.
    Coffee - haiku-

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    ray Schreiber
  • 24.
    forget-me-not

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    Igor Grey Balatsky
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