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Monoku Poems. Examples of Monokus and a list of new poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read short, long, best, and famous Monoku poetry while accessing rules, format, types, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Monoku.

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Premium Member chaos and darkness
chaos and darkness remember hate has never birthed anything but chaos and darkness...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, birth,
Form: Monoku

To mend our broken hearts let us come together in honest love To end a broken heart put us together let us embrace in forgiveness 9/17/21 Written by James Edward Lee Sr © 2021...Read More
Categories: analogy, forgiveness,
Form: Monoku
Proven Truth
Reflection- The proven existence of Truth © Mahtab Bangalee Chattogram 16/09/21...Read More
Categories: truth,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member folly
double standard ~ hypocrisy dressed up +++++++++++++ folly 10 syllables No contest 09~16~21 folk know......Read More
Categories: word play,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Poisonous People
Those who have a critical spirit are like poison ivy… contact with them allows their poison to spread....Read More
Categories: feelings,
Form: Monoku

Premium Member Lament
Lament not oh man, for everything is transient, heading towards death Single negative thought can take you on a tangent, ruin peace, herald doom Your negativity and lack of faith fills the environs, spoils happiness of all Lamentation...Read More
Categories: 10th grade,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Mike's Question to Joe
MIKE'S QUESTION TO JOE "Alsaka, is not broken, so just why are you trying to break it" Indiana Shaw . . . "Alaska, so needs to become independent, or a part of Canada before Biden destroys it...Read More
Categories: america, betrayal, meaningful, truth,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Lie
What is worse than a lie, is blaming others for the consequence of the lie. Heidi Sands 9/14/21 ...Read More
Categories: betrayal, truth,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member tongue and ink
the pen is just an extension of the tongue this one liner was inspired by a comment Milton made on one of my poems (thanks Milton)...Read More
Categories: inspiration,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member day-break-monoku
awakening dreams of prayers gilded hours.....gallant silver day-break...Read More
Categories: 8th grade, dream, god,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Monoku Monday - Final Edition
With deep gratitude to all of who visited and commented over these 12 months of Monoku Mondays, I am hereby retiring this series. Keep laughing and bringing a smile to one another, we all need...Read More
Categories: humor,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Call Me Old Skool
CALL ME OLD SKOOL "ever wake up and think, what we need here is a good old fashion coup" Indiana Shaw . . . : / "Donald" . . ....Read More
Categories: beautiful, dream, write,
Form: Monoku
We should nurture nature Not try to destroy it....Read More
Categories: 10th grade,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member :::::dimensions of the gods:::::
one space two possibilities three eventualities ~ henceforth...Read More
Categories: allusion, creation, perspective,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Obsolete Bollard
Your restraint has high windows~ let me know, so I might climb up to you....Read More
Categories: analogy, conflict, solitude,
Form: Monoku

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