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Poems About: SONNET

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  • 25.
    A SONNET ON SUBASH

    A SONNET ON SUBASH
    - Ramesh Iyengar

    ( A sonnet written on my student Subash) read more »

    Ramesh Iyengar
  • 26.
    Sonnet LX - Variations In Imitation - after William Shakespeare

    See below W S Sonnet LX for English and French variations

    Sonnet LX read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 27.
    Alankar(Decor) -168

    That Hometown House(Asean Sonnet)


    The Asean Sonnet is: read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 28.
    Sonnet Cycle to M C after W S Sonnets CXL - CLIV

    Sonnet Cycle to M C after W S Sonnets CXL - CLIV

    [c] Jonathan Robin read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 29.
    The Wall

    The wall’s infernal and internal
    The wall’s akin to doubts within
    The wall is vernal and external
    The wall within is your Berlin read more »

    Amera Andersen
  • 30.
    When Milton’s sonnets sing

    Petrarchan1 in prime is when most preferred,
    Liberty held back by time and volume,
    By rhythm and syntax, leaving no room
    For a Shakespearean2 to live a charmed bird; read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 31.
    Alankar (Decor) -166

    Dance O' Bird Turquoise(Shadow Sonnet)


    The Shadow Sonnet is a fairly recent invented form byAmera M. Anderson. This sonnet uses homophonic word repetition at the start and finish of each line to create a shadow effect. read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 32.
    Rain

    The rain is like a beautiful sonnet
    A sonnet oh so pure
    It enables all the flowers to grow
    The flowers, trees and plants read more »

    Andrew Hamm
  • 33.
    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
  • 34.
    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
  • 35.
    Rose Leaves

    I intended an Ode,
    And it turned to a Sonnet.
    It began à la mode,
    I intended an Ode; read more »

    Henry Austin Dobson
  • 36.
    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
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