Poems About: COUPLET
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
325.* MY TRUTH - YOUR LIES *
O why O why! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! -in that megalomaniac style
Tried piggybanking in kleptomanical frame
Words or arrows-were they verbatim?
Why sought thee a frame read more »ANJALI SINHA
326.10 Mother Earth
Sunwands turn rain droplets into blackberry drupelets
as enkindled okra seeds acknowledge heliocracy.
When God greengrows it's rarely in rows... awry the rye rises...unruly read more »Saiom Shriver
Though both of my two hands are deft,
I do not want to use the left;
when I between your thighs tonight
slide one, I think I’ll use the right. read more »gershon hepner
Dreaming new lyrics
within these hott summer nights
the air was thick with words read more »Samantha Campbell
THE POET'S PANEGYRIC
'There's someone I knew with talent unleashed
and a heart that had for so many relentlessly reached read more »Terry O'Leary
330.Written For Narender (1)
The day was delightful,
When each window of its baradari
Was unbolted the door was wide open.
The sky was replete with flights, read more »Muhammad Shanazar
331.The Poetry Club
He enters looking bedraggled, tired and worn out, his skin like vellum, blank and pale.
Lifting his eyes to catch their gaze he gives a slight nod to acknowledge their presence.
He scans the room as he would a poem seeking an indent that leads to a quiet corner.
A half-lit light casts a shadow on the flock wallpaper, ink stained. read more »David Williams
332.I Still Want To Go Down On You, ...., Oh Well
What wonderfully warm suppliant:
Now that I am drunk, and probably shouldn’t
Be writing anything. Yes, I should shut up,
And look at pictures of you, down the well read more »Robert Rorabeck
333.Must Rhyme Draw Blank..et Criticism?
It’s sad to see that rhyming‘s thought redundant
by those who’s bark can’t steer poetic star,
who grudge, shout out, doubt scope, spout words abundant,
seek validation they’d from others bar. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
334.Couplets on Wit
But our Great Turks in wit must reign alone
And ill can bear a Brother on the Throne. read more »Alexander Pope
335.Looking at the grinding stones - Dohas (Couplets) I
Looking at the grinding stones, Kabir laments
In the duel of wheels, nothing stays intact. read more »Kabir
336.Famous Lines from Love Poems Made into Couplets...
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? (Shakespeare)
You're hot in spots and then you fade away.... read more »Glenn Bagshaw