Poems About: SONNET
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325.The Song of a Statue
A lone baritone balladeeer beneath the Battersea Bridge,
Sings out a sonnet for the Madonna.
Big Ben chimes, he becomes locked in Lover's time,
As his copper-skin is wrapped in night and the cold armor of patina. read more »John Walls
When your Sonnet captures love's fantasy
A 'second Shakespeare' you may be
Writing of beautiful romance in bloom
Farewell to yesterday's doom and gloom. read more »Joyce Hemsley
327.Come Closer To Me
Sequal to a Great Sonnet:
Sylvia, sweet Sylvia, the prettiest of all.
Thou art a beauty queen at the County Ball. read more »Joyce Hemsley
As I look into your eyes,
and smile at thier gleam,
my heart fills with joy,
until it's bursting at it's seams. read more »kimber harrison
329.That One Night When You Drank Too Much
That one night you drank too much,
but you did not drink enough.
You consumed the rare air read more »Sonny Rainshine
330.One Great Poem
For the poet the quest
Is for that one great poem
Sonnets from the Portuguese #43
E.B.B. did not know read more »Bill Grace
331.An Ode to Michael
The clouds are grey today
Holding every drops to its way
While mountains resonance the voice
A sad sonnet to the world read more »Blue Bell
you make it candid
nothing of the non-transparent twists and turns
direct to the point
no holds bar nothing to hide read more »RIC S. BASTASA
After reading beautiful sonnets that rhyme
You will wish to read more
If you have the time.
Oh the rhythm is like a dream read more »Joyce Hemsley
334.Anne Hathaway's Cottage
A long time ago in the seventeenth century
Shakespeare quoted...quite effectively:
'Sweetest Anne, take heed of my plan.
In wedlock when your arms enfold me read more »Joyce Hemsley
335.That Snow Poet (that's no poet?)
Ahhh, the fresh canvas of new fallen snow
and the promise of beer-bloated bladder
no pencil, but my pen is, well, you know..
(to a true poet, size doesn't matter) read more »Chuck Audette
Some people write poetry
to fulfil their dream,
others write it as a personal diary.
While yet more write to protest. read more »David Harris