Poems About: SONNET
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241.Remember, O Soul
Preparing when thou art to purge thy old,
Worn out tired vehicle on a life-long lease,
To merge with earth, unto air to unfold,
Relax O Soul, repair to end-less ease; read more »Aniruddha Pathak
242.The Door Removed
T ired men react to role reversing reels,
H arsh judgement pass upon deceptions deep.
E xit by bear pursued few locks will keep -
D oor closed and shuttered windows soon reveals read more »Jonathan ROBIN
243.Sing Aurora Sing
See the symphony of light o’er the sea.
Softly the agony resends softly.
Free rising orb setting harmony free.
Brightly absorb with a song so brightly. read more »Amera Andersen
244.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
245.Exemplary - after William Shakespeare Sonnet XVIII
Shall I compare her? In what galaxy,
And when or where? No mirror could reflect
Nature's epitome so talent decked,
Gainsaying self, Time holds all time in fee! read more »Jonathan ROBIN
246.'KISS ME KATE! (for Helen)
A Blazon sonnet?
That’s the one an
Elizabethan lover read more »Dónall Dempsey
247.Reality and Dream in Rhyme Combine
REALITY AND DREAM IN RHYME COMBINE
Reality and dream in rhyme combine,
Exile banality’s reflection drear read more »Jonathan ROBIN
A soft white flower in the morn, covered by dew, sunlight wept upon it. Such a metaphor.....many a times I've passed....passing through this door, yes I've loved....loved before, captured by the racing heart, armour pierced by the light of love: so sharp. Loving again, lost in the valley, the palace afar, in the dark, looking like a crown, embroidered with stars, surrounded by a chorus of fireflies twitching with a spark. Yes....I have loved before, and before that. Nothing left, but scars from the past, my soul calloused, in a world gone black, no light to last.....to last the long hours of solitude, cut by the thorns that cut through, must love always say: adieu. And when I see you I see but a dream, a dream of unity, of both you and I, embraced, one soul, one heart, one mind. Though you are not mine, I wish you were mine, in my arms, fevered by your kiss and fevered by your eyes, by the warmth of your breath, for you are composed in my heart, in a verse I write, in the violin of sonnets, of passion reborn, of life reborn, an ode to joy reborn, a rainbow casts its shine, with many colors worn.
In the violin of sonnets, of passion reborn,
the song of my heart, the heaven's light
adorn.....your beauty, a shooting star read more »THEO RAY
249.A Silent Sonnet on a Mid Day Afternoon by Silent fingers
With the sun dancing in her heart-colored hair, a dream flowing in her honey-tinted eyes and a turquoise-hued gem prostrating her ears – she sits in her garden with sleeping white angels and smiling wise gnomes, a calm and numinous place where every bird has a song to sing, where every flower has a life to live, and every wall a story to tell.
Oh, I have never felt a feeling more blessed than her mystical presence.
For a while my breath stood still, and with me, the breeze too. Yes, we stood face to face, while time played a silent sonnet on a mid day afternoon. read more »Silent Fingers
250.Romance Books And Poems
I have read many
Romeo and Juliet read more »Delphi Arbor
words in rhythem
telling a story
or just being written
Lyrics poems read more »Khai Ramsey
252.Spring time and love sonnets
Sitting below the maple tree
Listen to the melody of spring
Reading a chapter of love sonnets read more »Patricia Gale