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Poems About: SONNET

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  • 61.
    Anti-Sonnet

    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
  • 62.
    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
  • 63.
    A Wreath Of Sonnets (1/14)

    A Slovene wreath your poet has entwined,
    Of fifteen sonnets is the chaplet bound,
    And in it thrice the Master Theme must sound: read more »

    France Preseren
  • 64.
    Joy is the way

    Slow and serene when I walked at the jheel1,
    Sporting upon my lips a pleasant smile,
    Relaxed to core and deep at ease to feel,
    The weary thoughts were left behind a mile. read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 65.
    First sonnet

    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
  • 66.
    O to live and let go

    If what I call an end beginning is,
    New destiny when beckons, life past lull,
    And every beginning an end to cease,
    What end be but short breath, an interval— read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 67.
    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
  • 68.
    The murder most foul

    The meanest murder minus of machete,
    Overwhelming greed blamed, sole bleeding knife;
    Who held the knife? Manic men of market?
    Fair lady herself—too much freedom rife? read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 69.
    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
  • 70.
    Whatso might happen happens still

    Gods churned the oceans of wisdom
    Venom to get, get nectar of life,
    Man churning life’s venomous strife
    Oft gets crown of thorn with kingdom. read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 71.
    What a decade can do to her demeanour

    Upright and tall as she was like a pine,
    Melting snow to raging fire in between,
    Sweet and fragrant as rose has ever been,
    And full-bodied like a red table wine, read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 72.
    Sonnet: Less of the Different?

    (after Ashbery)

    A sonnet's 'just more of the same'? Uh, no.
    It's rather like less of the different. read more »

    Hans Ostrom
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