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DISAPPOINTMENT acrostic English sonnet

Destiny made a way out of my reach,
Instead of welcoming with open arms
Spread wide. To each his own! On my own, each
And every day, I did life no harm.
Priorities, other than me, came first,
Prior to closing my eyes and dreaming
Of better days. But, bad days made the worst
Inceptions; Days and nights double teaming.
Nothing prepared me for what I would get,
Though I really should have seen it coming.
Most of the time, both my eyes were too wet,
Evidence that God did not do something.
Next time, I will choose to abandon hope,
Trying to get by, while trying to cope.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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Sonnet 7: Garbage bin poem

Good people will place me where I serve best
And charge me with a most noble duty
Regardless of the weather I won’t rest
Bearing the task of preserving beauty
And though some may sneer and say I’m smelly
Greater peace of mind breathes where I am seen
Everyone needs me to keep their home clean

But if I should not be found standing there
In the place I was left, alone and bare, 
Not many would notice or even care

Public places are cleaner when I’m there
Offices, beaches, streets, shops and kitchens
Everywhere people live I should be found
My hope is that people want me around.

Copyright © Michael Dom | Year Posted 2013

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THE SOUNDGARDEN: Blow Up The Outside World acrostic-Italian sonnet

Though I have fallen to the end,
Hell on earth can not break, nor kill,
Even the weak part of my will,
Since my will will not break nor bend.
Others tried to act like my friends,
Until asked to pick up the bill,
Not willing, nor able, to fill
Desired roles that help and mend.
Giving everything I gave,
Allowed you to take what I own.
Roads to the underworld were paved,
Destroying the hope that was shown.
Eternity will not have slaves;
Not until the outside is blown.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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MISS TINKER BEL acrostic italian sonnet

Magically magical eyes,
Instigating skipped heart beats, while
Showcasing her own unique style,
Sparkle like the stars in the skies.
Truly, her beauty helps her rise
Instantly, carried by a smile,
Noticed from the furthest of miles,
Kept up on the highest of highs.
Exhuberant minds, hearts, and souls
Rise to the occassion, on wings
Built for angels with earthly goals.
Enchanting moments often bring
Levels of learned poetic roles,
Like the one that made my pen sing.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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THE QUINTESSENTIAL QUINN 11-17-2012 acrostic-ITALIAN Sonnet

Quinn, framed by the most proper name
Uttering her essence in pen,
Indispensably, provides men
Necessary musings for fame.
To remain ahead of the game,
Essential credentials must win
Substantially. Since she has been
Significant, Poets take aim.
Excellent expressions describe
Notable features of my muse,
That are what the doctor prescribed.
Ideal in all the ways her views
Allow her to be, as we vibe
Like the poetically fused.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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THE RACHEL QUINN acrostic-Italian sonnet 11-8-2012

Taken to awaken favored
Havens, where images are stored,
Expressions, one can not ignore,
Render visions that are savored.
Aesthetic art provides flavor,
Catering to a hungry core,
Hungry eyes, hungering for more
Extracts that can not be wavered.
Literary images show
Quintessential beauty in ink;
Uncompromised poetic flow.
Imaginations are in sync,
Now that she glows from head to toe,
Named as the one, of which I think.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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THE RACHEL QUINN 11-14-2012 acrostic-ITALIAN sonnet

Transcend words! You recommend words
Heard only by listening hearts,
Expressing blessings from the start,
Regarded with the favor spurred.
Admiration, already stirred,
Contemplates how to play his part
Honorably. His words are art's
Experiments; Seen, but not heard.
Loosen confusions in your tongue!
Quote your mind, so his ears can hear
Unique descriptions that are sung.
Indicate that his words are dear,
Not mere, with the breath in your lungs,
Nurturing his hope with good cheer.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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THE RACHEL QUINN acrostic-Italian sonnet 11-7-2012

Tinker Bell dwells well in my mind,
Helping me find the words to use,
Endearing enough to help choose
Radiant qualities that blind.
Alluring my mind from behind,
Charm is in the arms of my muse,
Handing me lines I can not lose,
Engaging enough to be kind.
Lyrical miracles flow free,
Qualified to be the unique,
Uncommon qualities we see.
Incredible enough to speak
Notably of? Enough for me!
Noticeable enough to seek!

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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Something New- A Christmas Sonnet Acrostic

Christmas Music

Crisp winter, dust of snow, shivering fun			
Hint of celebration flow around town   				
Reaching the sheer beauty of the season			
Impatient chimneys burning slowly down			
Santa baby will climb down to a waltz 				
Taming him with tantalizing taffy				
Mistletoe kisses with buzz somersaults				
Above ragamuffins warm and cozy   				
Sleeping dreaming of presents they’ll open					

Magic of the night affairs in the stars				
Under fuzzy quilt while wind rings the chimes
Sounds of soft footsteps coming down wood stairs  		
Impatient to see Santa’s good tidings				
Children’s eyes light up with joy.      Exciting!	


12/14/2015

Poetry Contest: Something New: A Christmas Sonnet Acrostic
Sponsored by: Andrea Dietrich 


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Copyright © Eve Roper | Year Posted 2015

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THE RACHEL QUINN acrostic sonnet

The inspiration, for this ode of ink,
Had on a skirt colored blue, green, and pink.
Energetic, with an engaging smile,
Rachel impressed me with her unique style.
Aesthetically sexy from head to toe,
Covered in black with a natural glow,
How could one not write Rachel such an ode,
Examined by walking poetic roads.
Lovely legs, like hers, walk along such lines
Quite well, for fishnet thighs that look quite fine.
Under such circumstances, odes should come
In the form of praise, that should come in sums.
Now, this ode, full of some obvious clues,
Names the inspiration of my new muse.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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ASHLEY WILLIAMS ITALIAN SONNET

Angels wish that they had her smile,
So they could inspire the words
Heard coming from the heart that spurred
Lovely forms of poetic style.
Each angel would stay for a while,
Yielding their heavens to the birds,
Waiting for a chance to be stirred
Instantly, with poetic files.
Left to right her smile moved this pen;
Left to right her smile wrote these rhymes,
Inciting both angels and men.
Angels, until the end of time,
Must remain content with their grins,
Since stealing hers would be a crime.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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ASHLEY WILLIAMS english sonnet

Ashley William has become my new muse,
Since she has inspired me with her charm,
Her beauty, and her wit, which help me use
Lustfull images that could do no harm.
Eventually, I will warm her heart,
Yearning for her to approve my advance
With one of her own, thus playing her part,
In a game we are playing at a glance.
Let us dance this dance, until we are weak,
Leaving all that energy on the floor,
Instead of saving it for those who seek
Attention, with unworthy words that bore.
My new muse has earned nothing but the best,
Since she touched the heart beating in my chest.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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UNAPPRECIATING 11-20-2012 acrostic-ENGLISH Sonnet

Unwilling to trade her time for my rhymes?
Needless to say, this is never the way
Any Poet earns a flirtaceous dime,
Paid whenever efforts are made each day.
Perhaps this task could be too much to ask
Right now. How much time does it take to make
Efforts? Escort sadness behind my mask,
Creating a debating heart that breaks.
Insensitive or misunderstood acts
Always cause questions to be asked of each,
Teaching us to, first, straighten out the facts,
Instead of letting truth get out of reach.
Not showing the things that need to be shown,
Gets in the way of things that should be known.

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2012

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SONNET

Sing weeping heart of woe
Of something too precious
Never found that sonnet
Numbed this memory
Ensued much sadness
Towards twilight of loss

Copyright © Andrew Crisci | Year Posted 2012

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THE TERRI GROOMS acrostic-Italian Sonnet

Tribute the cute with words that rhyme
Harmoniously, hoping she
Enjoys them with the kind of glee
That can be summoned any time.
Entertain her with words that climb
Right out of the mind, flowing free
Readily, so that she can see
Images of herself sublime.
Grooming Miss Grooms is a pleasure,
Reserved for the ink in my pen.
Once she has been weighed and measured,
Odes will be written with a grin.
Motivation will be treasured,
Since beauty motivates men!

Copyright © dakarai cobb | Year Posted 2013

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A Christmas Sonnet Acrostic

"Christmas Magic"

Christmas scent hovers in the air
Holly’s dangling off gates and stairways
Raspberry pie sizzling at the oven glare
Icicles jazz up the hues of heaven rays 
Santa ‘s climbing up chimneys with a grin
Tucking kids’  dream with Noel fantasy
Mary is giving birth to redeem human’s sin
Amazing grace  breaking down grey apathy
Silver  tree branches smiling at the crowd

Marveled at the sight of the dancing flakes
Attached their hands, falling off the cloud
Gracefully landing on the frozen lakes
I am in love with Christmas ancient magic
Cuddling up by fire, tasting memory nostalgic

December 14, 2015

Copyright © Rahy Hayati | Year Posted 2015

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The Walking Dead-A Sonnet Acrostic Tribute

There is an emptiness. You see no face.
Humanity. . . Wherever can it be?
Enveloped by strange silence is each place.

Whole towns have been abandoned! Finally,
A figure is approaching - a small child.
Look! Her mouth with something red seems wet.
Keep moving. This girl’s face is not so mild.
Inside a vacant house you need to get!
Now suddenly, more human forms appear.
Get far from them! They have no heart or soul.

Dead eyes will haunt your dreams. You’ll live in fear.
Eternal sickness has consumed them whole.
As twilight falls outside your door, they creep.
Do say a prayer to God, your soul to keep.


Written Aug. 19, 2016 
for Tom Quigley's Your Favorite Habit-Forming TV Show Acrostic Poem Contest

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2016

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a christmas sonnet

CHRISTMAS ELVES

         Christmas is a time for famiy
         Home is where they all will be
         Rumageing through the presents happily
         In the hope that they have under the tree
         Santa comes on Xmas Eve
         That the chldren do belive
         May they go on doing so
         Along as we tell them so
         See in them the imagination there

         Everyone is so very happy
         Loving and giving at this time
         Vying who will have the best
         Excatly whoes is that  funny vest
         Shush, now‘s the time for all to rest



Copyright © MARY GRACE | Year Posted 2015

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a christmas sonnet

        CHRISTMAS GIFTS


 Christmas is a time for famiy
        Home is where they all will be
        Rumageing through the presents happily
        In the hope that they ave ynder the tree
        Santa comes on Xmas Eve
        That the chldren do belive
        May they go on doing so
        Along as we tell them so
        See in them the imagination there

        Getting all things right
        In the hope that they might
        For get the one last year
        That did not go well we fear
        So do merry and happy this year

Copyright © MARY GRACE | Year Posted 2015