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Lexicon Poems - Poems about Lexicon

Lexicon Poems - Examples of all types of poems about lexicon to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for lexicon.
CERAUNOPHILIAC - A Suzette sonnet
...>Rhyme scheme: aaa; (b1–b2)(b1–b2); ccc; (d1–d2)(d1–d2); abcd __________________________________________________ LEXICON ceraunophilia: (n) A fondness (loving) for thunder and lightning and finding them intensely beautiful. The ter......Read More
Categories: lexicon, analogy, god, nature, relationship,
Form: Sonnet



INEFFABLE MYSTERIES - A Suzette sonnet
...scheme: aaa; (b1–b2)(b1–b2); ccc; (d1–d2)(d1–d2); abcd _______________________________________________________ LEXICON ineffable: (adj) too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words. plumose: (adj) (biology) having m......Read More
Categories: lexicon, introspection,
Form: Sonnet
I Speak, Therefore I Am
...Approaching the lexicon of what’s still unsaid, My words beg acceptance now silent unread Inside there’s a freedom once crossing ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, voice,
Form: Rhyme
The Maigue poets of Croom
...s, Sean O’ Tuama and Andrias MacRaith, had a falling out they started trading insults (in rhyme format), ie flyting. LEXICON flibbertigibbeting: frivolous, flighty, or excessively talk. Flyting or fliting is a contest consisting of t......Read More
Categories: lexicon, friend, language, poets,
Form: Double Dactyl
Mona Lisa's paramour
...******************** 14 February 2021 Happy Valentine's Day! ______________________________________________________ LEXICON coruscating: (adj) flashing; sparkling. enigmatic: (adj) someone or something that's puzzling, mysterious, or ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, art, love, valentines day,
Form: Sonnet



The coward
...ouse, blouse; om-i-nous, blas-phe-mous, a-non-y-mous; ne-far-i-ous, ac-ri-mo-ni-ous, du-bi-ous & pu-sil-lan-i-mous. LEXICON acrimonious: (adj) (typically of speech or discussion) angry and bitter. a big girl’s blouse: British idiom, m......Read More
Categories: lexicon, language,
Form: Other
Premium Member A Poet's Work
...ration has begun, Whenever the muse is freed: A poet's work. As poets, we set out to stun With gems from our vast lexicon, And even if we don't succeed, We know we have tried hard indeed To be beyond comparison: A poet's work. ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, day, fun, muse, poets,
Form: Rondeau
Premium Member A Woman In Sight
...ender pink lips Lacked my long-lasting ladylike interest While that ludicrous lawless lackluster brain Literalized a lexicon of lazy lowlives ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, love,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member LEXICON
...I asked what do you do for a living and there was silence I asked again socially just to fill the empty spaces t......Read More
Categories: lexicon, pain,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Licking Life's Luscious Lips
...old chapters tearing pages of wasted time strategic feral, wild contemplating fresh conviction lost lexicon freed loose matters decisions threaded through haystack needles licking life’s luscious lips feline hu......Read More
Categories: lexicon, freedom, life, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mystical Window
...rapturous awakening or salvation. In every creed a different lexicon, every culture has a unique vocabulary for ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, god, humanity, language, light,
Form: Free verse
Riding a rhinoceros
...g a silly song for you, or write a pretty poem, a nonsensical novel, a dictionary of brand new words to describe the lexicon of you Moving faster than Wonder Woman, I would go around the world in seventy-nine days saving a day just ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, joy, love, silly,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A Matter Of Form
...light. Aquatic tunes in concert with moon's moods Enchant us with the music they impart. As love extolled in lover's lexicon Rather rhymed with iambic expertise, Or with angelic wings of free verse flight, I love them both, I could n......Read More
Categories: lexicon, symbolism,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Eloquence of Election
...light. Aquatic tunes in concert with moon's moods Enchant us with the music they impart. As love extolled in lover's lexicon Rather rhymed with iambic expertise, Or with angelic wings of free verse flight, I love them both, I could n......Read More
Categories: lexicon, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Milking The Cows
... “Milking the cows” from our agricultural heritage Some phrases hang on Though some are long gone Some remain in our lexicon though we've turned the page ......Read More
Categories: lexicon, perspective,
Form: Limerick

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