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Ninette Poems

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List of New Ninette Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetCategories  
Premium Member Poem As we wait Heidi Sands rain, seasons, snow,
Turtle Babies M. L. Kiser animal, earth, environment, image,
Turtle Babies M. L. Kiser animal, appreciation, birth, image,
Premium Member Poem Nurse Caren Krutsinger jobs,
Premium Member Poem Spotted Eggs Gingerly Cared For Caren Krutsinger nature, spring,
Premium Member Poem Wind Sandra Weiss nature, weather, wind,
Premium Member Poem Joyful Gifts Heidi Sands day, giving, joy, life,
Premium Member Poem Just Sling 'em Gershon Wolf heart, how i feel,
My Love ARBOL VERDE appreciation, devotion, faith, love,
Premium Member Poem A Gentle Touch Caren Krutsinger devotion, grandmother, integrity, leadership,
Enlightenment M. L. Kiser growth, happiness, light, peace,
Premium Member Poem Faith and Courage Heidi Sands courage, faith, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem Mindfulness Emile Pinet 12th grade, care, dedication,
Valentine - Valentine's Collection Vladislav Raven love,
Premium Member Poem Big Storm Heidi Sands storm, winter,
Premium Member Poem Valentines Day is Lonely For Some Caren Krutsinger 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Hello Michelle Faulkner confidence, encouraging, fear, self,
Outlaw M. L. Kiser animal, bird, fun, nature,
Inventing A Game M. L. Kiser animal, cat, hair, nature,
Celestial Performance M. L. Kiser angel, appreciation, inspiration, music,
Premium Member Poem To Make Your Soul Happy Caren Krutsinger 10th grade, 11th grade,
Ambrosia M. L. Kiser appreciation, drink, food, nature,
Fit For A Raven M. L. Kiser animal, appreciation, beautiful, beauty,
Premium Member Poem red wine P.S. AWTRY wine,
Premium Member Poem Knife Heidi Sands leaving, pain, words,
Premium Member Poem Hold onto it Heidi Sands life, truth,
Premium Member Poem drums Caren Krutsinger 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Pretty Pictures Heidi Sands beauty, mountains, snow,
Premium Member Poem Warmed Heart Heidi Sands appreciation, care, heart, love,
My Inner Child M. L. Kiser character, child, conflict, courage,
Premium Member Poem Being Goth Caren Krutsinger 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Clock Ninette Caren Krutsinger 10th grade, 11th grade,
I Can Fly M. L. Kiser adventure, animal, appreciation, bird,
Premium Member Poem Sweetheart Pretense Caren Krutsinger 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Go For Gold Bernard Chan desire, dream, money,
Premium Member Poem GivingThanks on ThanksGiving Ninette Carey bible, celebration, faith, giving,
You Need Your Pack M. L. Kiser animal, dog, earth, environment,
Premium Member Poem Advice Freely Given Until Caren Krutsinger life,
Euphoria M. L. Kiser appreciation, faith, flying, how
Premium Member Poem Hallows Eve Ninette Caren Krutsinger 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Bedrock Sphinx M. L. Kiser appreciation, art, beauty, earth,
My Fingers Dance M. L. Kiser appreciation, guitar, music, song,
NINETTE-03 MAHTAB BANGALEE feelings, first love, teen
NINETTE-01 MAHTAB BANGALEE beautiful, creation, nature,
A Dragon Never Smokes M. L. Kiser animal, fun, funny, humorous,
Premium Member Poem purses Caren Krutsinger fashion,
Not A Musician M. L. Kiser animal, fun, funny, image,
Premium Member Poem Mischief Caren Krutsinger appreciation, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Information Technology Caren Krutsinger 4th grade, 5th grade,

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Ninette Poems. Examples of Ninettes and a list of poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read Ninette poetry while accessing rules, topics, ideas, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Ninette.

Brief Definition

A Ninette is a type of poem which contains nine lines, each line with a difference of one syllable from the previous one. The syllables increase with one number, from the first line until the midpoint where they start decreasing.

The syllable count of a Ninette is one, two, three, four, five, four, three, two and then back to one. The first and the last line of this type of poem do not have to be necessarily the same. They can either be synonyms or antonyms. If you form a Ninette and then center it, you will get a paper lantern-like design. A Ninette is entirely different from a Rictameter in terms of syllable count and the structure.

Ninette poems can be prepared to talk about many different subjects. It could be love, philosophy, nature, animals, relationships dilemmas or any other themes. Poets form them to display thoughts and emotions in the form of words in a beautiful pattern. 

Ninette Poem Example


CORRUPTS: EPIDEMICAL THIEVES - ninette Slaves age old to power: septic, putrid e p i d e m i c a l thieving millions a b u s i n g the most poor. . . _____________________________ CONTEST NAME: NINETTE Contest Sponsor: Silent One ~~4th Place~~ Olive Eloisa Guillermo 8:54 pm, October 10, 2015

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