Hasan Al Mahmud
So, “net” - Poem by Hasan Al Mahmud
A little song is known as a sonnet
Fourteen lines, iambic pentameter,
With a theme, are made by a sonneteer.
Who create this rule they never forget.
From the word “sonnetto”, the name is set
By Lantini, who is as its maker
Then Petrarch, Dante besides Spenser
Yet the poets try for its power to get
It took outing in thirteen century
Then Shakespeare’s English Sonnet, was run.
Ronsard - Azmatullahs’ sonnet diary,
Then Frost – Duttas’ some sonnet story.
Thru this fashion eight hundred years are gone
I just threw a net on the history
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