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Poems About: COUPLET

In this page, poems on / about “couplet” are listed.

  • 37.
    Lines On Reading Too Many Poets

    Roses, rooted warm in earth,
    Bud in rhyme, another age;
    Lilies know a ghostly birth
    Strewn along a patterned page; read more »

    Dorothy Parker
  • 38.
    My Tears are Ink

    My tears are ink for the lines I write
    about this friend I miss this night
    a soul to which my spirit rhymed
    couplets were we, perfectly timed. read more »

    Joey Jones
  • 39.

    A bard always inscribes... read more »

    Marvin Brato Sr
  • 40.
    School Daze

    butterfly jumper
    thai yellow shoes

    rhythm and rhyme read more »

    Frances Macaulay Forde
  • 41.
    Seasonal Paradox

    Spring slipped away unquantified, read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 42.

    I know not where
    The jasmine blooms;
    Which soil caresses her roots,
    What rays nourish her, read more »

    R.K Das
  • 43.
    Without You

    I without you am incomplete
    Just like a half said couplet
    A half writ poem
    A lonely cloud read more »

    Muhammad Shanazar
  • 44.
    Who’s Stupid?

    I went in search of
    The stupidest person,
    My search was all
    In vain. read more »

    Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  • 45.
    Mirza Ghalib in Old Age

    His eyesight failed him,
    But in his soldier's hands,
    Still held like a sword,
    Was the mirror of couplets. read more »

    Arvind Krishna Mehrotra
  • 46.
    my blood, my poem

    So many works of my life
    I dodge to write these verses
    So much time I spend behind
    Every couplet, every epithet sucks read more »

    Abdul Wahab
  • 47.
    Groundhog Day

    February 2nd, a rodent’s inane holiday
    To predict whether Spring is near or far away
    Rooted in Candlemas tradition
    The groundhog was a later addition read more »

    Nancy Chambers
  • 48.

    Slouching beside my parents
    A shabby shriveled bloke
    Wrapped himself in a rug worn
    Laden with a bulky bag torn read more »

    Nooruddeen Mathilakathveetil
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