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Poems About: SONNET

In this page, poems on / about “sonnet” are listed.

  • 349.
    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
  • 350.
    Parody

    Parody in playful way displays
    Appropriation of intents, sense, form,
    Reversing roles while wearing uniform,
    Or, ‘armed against a sea of troubles’ weighs read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 351.
    Fresh Notebook

    She bought me a fresh notebook
    To write my deepest thoughts
    Deliver up my soul
    Daily to her read more »

    Frank Bana
  • 352.
    Great Laureate

    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
  • 353.
    All Is Not Lost

    Forty Words:

    Beyond the heavenly moon read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 354.
    Embers

    I slouch by the once vivid, now dying fire
    watching the scarce embers glow,
    remembering all of your sonnets to me
    spoken in sweet voices, slow. read more »

    emergingfrom thedark
  • 355.
    Shakespearean Wish

    A troublesome find
    To choose words well
    Your strength of mind
    Gone straight to hell read more »

    William Cavanagh
  • 356.
    Rings and Things

    Forty words:

    Eastertime ~ season for rhyme read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 357.
    Serenity

    When air is lost
    You and I can’t breathe
    Then becomes ghosts
    And all is lost read more »

    Noel Horlanda
  • 358.
    Blank Mocking Paper

    I stare at this paper so white
    I just don't know what's so right
    I want to write on it
    I would love to write a sonnet read more »

    Zachary Clark
  • 359.
    Early Works - Tribute To The Teacher

    For the late Maurce Callard (The teacher)

    Typewriter keys click in succession
    words flow gentle and unobtrusive read more »

    David Harris
  • 360.
    Shakespeare, William Shakespeare

    kill the boys
    kill the girls
    let the old suffer delusions read more »

    maria sudibyo
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