Top 100 Poems About: COUPLET


In this page, poems on / about “couplet” are listed.
  • 1.
    ! ...Dont Tell THe World! (Sonnet)

    This Sonnet is in the popular Petrarchan Form

    I behold thy love as beautiful thing,
    In my wrecked heart, a pleasure garden, read more »

    Seema Aarella
  • 2.
    Alankar(Decor) -87

    A Recipe(Uneven Couplet) -
    The uneven couplet is paired lines of different length
    rhymed or unrhymed, metered or unmetered. read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 3.
    Roger McGoughs' Socks

    A trainee poet, of no fixed ability,
    seeking inspiration, quaffed the night away.
    Awakening at dawn, semi naked on the lawn,
    he perceived a figure emerging from the mist. read more »

    Stephen Beattie
  • 4.
    Retirement Eulogy

    I retire with honour leaving my post to other.
    Settling all the public affairs, I am happier.
    Like a fairy, I take naps leisurely.
    Things which I like to do freely: - read more »

    Charles WOO
  • 5.
    Fourteen beautiful birds on wings

    A baker as packs thirteen eggs to claim
    A good dozen, a sonneteer— fourteen
    Sweet lines in praise of thine slender good frame,
    That thine mysterious marvels never lean read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 6.
    The Wall

    The wall’s infernal and internal
    The wall’s akin to doubts within
    The wall is vernal and external
    The wall within is your Berlin read more »

    Amera Andersen
  • 7.
    The Sonnet -new-

    I came across the sonnet at high school: the form stood out
    with its fixed line number and rhyme, but variable metre.
    Petrarch wrote the first sonnets, in Italy in the fourteenth century,
    on the eternal theme of love between a man and a woman. read more »

    michael walker
  • 8.
    poem hunter

    If you are a poem hunter
    you need a butterfly net
    to catch the elusive hyperbole
    you need to be vigilant read more »

    Gladys Acosta
  • 9.
    School Daze

    butterfly jumper
    thai yellow shoes

    rhythm and rhyme read more »

    The Orsha Group
  • 10.
    Because I'm Black

    BECAUSE I’M BLACK

    When I ask Gerald why he’s always in the hall
    he says, It’s because I’m black, read more »

    Matthew Lippman
  • 11.
    A loving Father

    Even though we never met, i still hold you in my heart
    We have a real connection even though were kept apart
    Day go by fast, youll be out in no time
    I put some thought into the words i said and rewrote them into one rhyme read more »

    Joshua Barnett
  • 12.
    Jesse James Joyce

    The day's been as glum as a poet's accountant.
    A little more adventure wouldn’t go amiss,
    so I’ll saddle-up my poems
    and head ‘em all out West... read more »

    Eddie Gibbons
  • 13.
    A Unicorn From The World Next-door

    In the house of death the old ones chant
    strange couplets & mysterious narratives-
    that like the tumble-weeds wisp through the picket fence....
    & flows, sweeping down the dark byways & pathways..... read more »

    Andrew Rymill
  • 14.
    Billy Collins

    Billy Collins-wry and somber-the
    Indisputable 'poetry king' of our time,
    Led us to the Promised Land in
    Literary form by freeing us from read more »

    Gerald Hanners
  • 15.
    A Heroic Couplet (Iambic Pentameter)

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    Philip Doolittle
  • 16.
    A Sonnet Of Nature

    Will you please come with me?
    This dusty path will lead us
    To a beautiful sonnet of Nature- read more »

    Portia Burton
  • 17.
    A Pathetic Love Poem

    Your words are kind and you are nice,
    but to think that you could be to others,
    the way you are to me, murders a thousand smiles
    and makes me want to take you to task. read more »

    Heatseeker FORTY7
  • 18.
    A Small Wish

    When the Moon
    Drowns herself in the dreams of Monét-
    pin a few broken
    Couplets read more »

    Saima Afreen
  • 19.
    Slice and Dice

    One reads a poem and thinks, ' well that's ok'.
    One studies it, then admires it in awe.
    Why the need to dicect a poem?
    I doubt thats a poems purpose at all. read more »

    Jane Wright
  • 20.
    7 couplets

    I’m sitting here on a playground swing
    Wishing I had even just one wing.

    Looking up at the clock ticking read more »

    Mangaka Girl
  • 21.
    If I See The Sun Again

    I have no poem today.
    Tomorrow's sun may rise with a couplet;
    It might say that you are there
    eager to hear my song, read more »

    cp Aboobacker
  • 22.
    What Do They Know?

    They tell me my poetry lacks classicism.
    This is for that eternally ambiguous "they."

    Tonight in the heat read more »

    Daniel Northcutt
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