Top 100 Poems About: SONNET

In this page, poems on / about “sonnet” 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.
    Sonnet On A Star

    If I could write a sonnet
    on a star
    Then bottle it and
    toss it to the sea read more »

    Tamara Beryl Latham
  • 3.

    I sing a sonnet for you,
    to immortalize my love,
    I sing a sonnet for you,
    such ethereality as further memories, read more »

    nasibeh Daneshvar
  • 4.
    The Poet

    Shakespeare was a playwright of great ability,
    And, although very few of us know it,
    That besides being a great writer of tragedy,
    Shakespeare was a notable poet. read more »

    Brian Swaine
  • 5.
    Sonnet of Love

    We stand on the ground
    upon a turning page
    brandishing like a banner in the wind. read more »

    hammadh zareer
  • 6.
    Life's A Sonnet

    life is a trumpet
    every being responds to read more »

    Onalethuso Petruss Ntema
  • 7.
    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
  • 8.
    I miss you

    “I-miss-you” because you blessed my heart with pure joy,
    When you cared for me in my youth,
    With a kind-spirited finger you touched my heart,
    Now fingerprints of your legacy remain, read more »

    Fabrice Wonga
  • 9.
    The Sonnet

    I came across the sonnet at high school: the form
    appealed with its fourteen lines and rhyme scheme.
    I read Petrarch's love sonnets and they seemed
    to have an octave and sestet as the norm. read more »

    michael walker
  • 10.
    They Know

    Topaz shadows undulate their way past
    The headboard
    To whisper sultry sonnets
    Across the sheets read more »

    Cat Ginn
  • 11.


    Winter's white cloak is wrapped round the high peaks,
    Rosily tinting, blushing at daybreak, read more »

    Lesley Diane Sutherland
  • 12.
    Sonnet #1

    Sonnet #1
    I’m not quite sure how to write a sonnet
    So I’ll start with just a few simple lines.
    If I correctly write this sonnet read more »

    Vi Lanflagle
  • 13.
    War at Home

    Ever since they took him away,
    to fight that God forsaken war.
    I daydream in our fields all day.
    They took the man that I adore. read more »

    Amera Andersen
  • 14.
    Sonnet For The World

    I want to write a sonnet for the world
    I want it to make you feel warm and cold
    one where you can whisper and still be heard
    treat it like a child, it is born, and hold read more »

    Daniel McCann
  • 15.
    A Love Assonance (A Valentine Poem)

    Come close by and tell
    me did you know me in a silent wish
    and formed my laugh in a magical dish?
    In kind I ask you spell, read more »

    Linda Neill Poet Digter
  • 16.
    Homage to Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz-Sonnet 145

    Sonnet 145

    The thing of it is, you see
    this brightly colored deceit read more »

    Liberatore Suffoletta
  • 17.
    A Silent Sonnet on a Mid Day Afternoon by Silent fingers

    With the sun dancing in her heart-colored hair, a dream flowing in her honey-tinted eyes and a turquoise-hued gem prostrating her ears – she sits in her garden with sleeping white angels and smiling wise gnomes, a calm and numinous place where every bird has a song to sing, where every flower has a life to live, and every wall a story to tell.

    Oh, I have never felt a feeling more blessed than her mystical presence.
    For a while my breath stood still, and with me, the breeze too. Yes, we stood face to face, while time played a silent sonnet on a mid day afternoon. read more »

    Silent Fingers
  • 18.
    Beyond The Sea

    The Sea
    Whispering sonnets of a hidden world
    collecting at my feet
    Washing back, stripping my story read more »

    Fallen Pieces
  • 19.
    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
  • 20.
    The Last Sonnet

    There are many challenges that I have seen
    not many are as odd as this one is
    to this challenge I am not very keen
    I would much rather get a final quiz read more »

    Kaleb Christenberry
  • 21.

    What causes this strange beating in my head
    Which seems to break up each thought into fives?
    It's like a copper's slow and stately tread
    As round his beat he checks upon our lives. read more »

    Eric Bult
  • 22.
    For Mine Angel

    Mine angel, I lovest thou
    For thou art a conundrum,
    And a sonnet, simultaneously,
    Intricately layered, read more »

    Joel Baldwin
  • 23.
    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
  • 24.
    still writes

    when he spoke of a rose
    he spoke of me
    when he spole of heaven
    and hell read more »

    casandra jacobs
  • 25.

    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
  • 26.
    How The Sonnet Lost Her Words!

    I tell you of this one episode from the life of William the Shakespeare,
    Don't blame me if it sends you into a fit of despair.

    So, a fine morrow saw the popular Mr. Shakespeare read more »

    anurag chaudhary
  • 27.
    Sonnet: For a Spider

    O spider, thou with legs so hairy
    So innocent, ugly-cute and scary
    As I ponder wonderingly
    What you would have lived to see read more »

    Heidi Kristine
  • 28.
    Of life and love

    A Sonnet of Life and Love

    They live like a stone read more »

    Joey Marshall
  • 29.
    Shakespeare Sonnet Word Scrambles

    At the bottom of each sonnet are nine scrambled words. All you need to do is unscramble each word then find and circle each word in the sonnet.

    Sonnet # ____ read more »

    Joe Wocoski
  • 30.
    my grandads sonnet

    My Grandads

    Your pipe was like the Smokey no mans land read more »

    cherry lollipop
  • 31.

    sonnet #3
    friends read more »

    Derrick Hubert Schnabel
  • 32.

    12 Jan 9: 08 PM


    taokinjo shaiza
  • 33.
    A Stockman's Passing.

    Here is what I call an 'Aussie bush' sonnet.

    Sonnet no.2 read more »

    David J Delaney
  • 34.
    The Call

    While sonnets of despair bloom
    through the harmony called Blood,
    The song of life emerges
    from the copulation of existence read more »

    Vas Jos
  • 35.
    Whats the real meaning of Poetry

    Poetry, Poetry, Poetry
    what is the real meaning of you? read more »

    Nadia Potenza
  • 36.
    what is love

    A million sonnets have been wrote
    trying to explain what love is
    is it seen from you eyes
    or is it told from a kiss read more »

    marcie yosh
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