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Poems About: SONNET

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  • 325.
    Configuration

    I remember our late night sessions,
    sitting in the quiet room
    We'd talk about the universe
    sonnets, telekenesis and the moon read more »

    Jazzy Davies
  • 326.
    Crimson Trails

    (The third, and final, poem in the series entitled 'Sonnets for a Savior')

    Jesus, my Lord, was beaten and was mocked
    And His blood formed a crimson trail read more »

    Danny Speicher
  • 327.
    Beside the Raging River Rhyme

    Beside the raging river rhyme
    poetry florets flower with prose.
    Scripted sweet petals grow and entwine
    English gardens of fragrant rose. read more »

    Christine K. Trease
  • 328.
    The State of Things

    When the sonnets sing praises
    to the world
    and you are the center of my universe,
    When school has let out read more »

    Akil Vomar
  • 329.
    Poet- An Artist or a Craftsman

    Is poet
    An artist
    Or a craftsman?
    Clothing the emotions and ideas read more »

    asma bahrainwala
  • 330.
    In many and various ways

    In many and various ways
    God spoke to our fathers by the prophets
    but in these last days
    He has spoken to us by His Son read more »

    Andrew Jones
  • 331.
    Sonnet 4

    I guess that I have always thought that you
    Deserve a poem with perfect metric rhyme
    So sonnets are how I have chosen to
    Depict how love is crowned with the prime read more »

    Andrew Jones
  • 332.
    the fourth stall

    The serenity prayer and a Shakespeare sonnet
    appear on the bathroom wall,
    stalls heavily sodden with urine-
    Who cleans these public restrooms anyway? read more »

    Amberlee Carter
  • 333.
    Skint On Valentines Day

    read more »

    Jack Warren
  • 334.
    LOFTY WAVES ON SEAS AND WOODS - WAEL MOREICHEH

    LOFTY WAVES ON SEAS AND WOODS
    UPON WORLD `S SONG
    THE WIDE HEAVEN AND OUR AMERICAN BEAUTY MOVIE
    STRANGE DREAM TO PICASSO WIVES read more »

    WAEL MOREICHEH
  • 335.
    Joyous Tear

    The color red the symbol of love
    White for purity
    Shades mixed together creating pink
    The words combined meaning true love read more »

    Patricia Gale
  • 336.
    Poets

    When In school,
    I used to think all poets
    Were boring. read more »

    Khadim Hussain
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