Poems About: SONNET
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49.The MermaidSouth Westerner
scribing a sonnet
articulate and eloquent,
employing words read more »Michael Hylton
51.Les Murray (The Australian Poet) - ClerihewKhadim Hussain
52.Spring (in answer to Gerard Manley Hopkins)
Spring has an own beauty
where grasses and weeds appear with brush
and stem, growing in full lush
and the sky, the air has serenity read more »Gert Strydom
These words, they just wont come out of my head.
They stay deep down inside, where i can't reach.
I feel as if my mind has now gone dead.
These thoughts, i just cant hold, i want to screech! read more »Brianna Perreira
Long, long ago as poets know.
A sonnet was a little song
without rules you had to follow.
There was no way you could go wrong. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
55.Comedy of Errors
COMEDY OF ERRORS
Shrew tamed, All's Well, though here is Much Ado!
Antony and Cleopatra met read more »Jonathan ROBIN
They say a sonnet must be all about
Romance, and swing in rhyme and rhythm, but
I shall try to defy them and slam shut
The door on love, as I rant loud and shout read more »C Richard Miles
57.O to live and let go
If what I call an end, beginning is,
Whence new destiny dares, ‘O ye soul, grow',
When all beginnings but as end it sees,
And all ends a new beginning in toe, read more »Aniruddha Pathak
58.The Poet And The Baby
How's a man to write a sonnet, can you tell,--
How's he going to weave the dim, poetic spell,--
When a-toddling on the floor read more »Paul Laurence Dunbar
59.In Pursuit Of The Sonnet
I cannot write a sonnet; it's too hard
To put such barriers around my brain
And thus I find my efforts often marred
Although I rephrase again and again read more »SarahJane Platt
60.Diversity for Friend Leslie
The sonnet form is capable
of being very flexible
It can be used to air your views
on almost anything at all. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg