Nonet Poems | Definition and Examples of Nonet Poetry

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Example and Definition of Nonet

A nonet is a type of poem which has nine lines. The nonet poetic arrangement comprises of an unusual format, where the first line is made up of nine syllables, the second eight, the third seven and continues, until the final one (9th line) which features only one syllable. The nine line poem can feature any...Read More

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Categories: introspection
Premium MemberA Bit Disappointed
by Catie Lindsey
It looks like she's going to be alone
for the last twenty years of life,
a bit disappointed now ~
no soul mate in sight, but
getting use to...

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Categories: addiction, books, computer, desire,
Browsing Amazon
by Bernard Chan
There’s no way I’ll buy another book...
I’ve enough to fill every nook…
But this one looks exciting…
The plot seems riveting…
It has free shipping…
Just stop buying…
Just one...

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Categories: fun, sunshine
Premium MemberA Sunny Day
by Denis Barter

Nonets In Reverse Order. 

We see children coming out to play
as parents watch. It is their way,
when through broken skies of gray
is felt a warm...

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Categories: christmas, joy
Premium MemberHAPPY MOMENTS OF CHRISTMAS
by nette onclaud



A shimmer , glimmer of harmony
cascades  along rosy  faces ,
 kisses thrilled by mistletoe 
our   eyes;   captivated,
 through joined...

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Categories: christmas, pets
Premium MemberPuppys First Happy Christmas
by Andrea Dietrich
NOTE: Soup titles are supposed to allow for apostrophes and yet I cannot get my correct title to post, so I display the title here...

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Categories: childhood, christmas, friendship, memory,
Premium MemberHappy Christmas Building Blocks
by Carol Connell
Gazing into those glass ornaments
hanging from our fake Christmas tree
we made the strangest faces
and it didn't take long
that loud eruption
girlish giggles
and some snorts
laughter
mirth
joy
merry
and so bright
our...

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Categories: absence, heartbroken, sick
Premium MemberSad Silent Christmas Night
by Eve Roper
Electrical current to his heart; 
as he lies in his hospital
bed asleep on Christmas day.
As family wait to 
receive an update
I fall to my
knees and...

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Categories: autumn, holiday, nature, poems,
Arrival of Winter
by Rajneesh Yadav
Arrival of Winter
Look out snow has covered the ground
Blustery wind is blowing making lots of sound
Trees have wore white snow jackets
Woolens are on with warming...

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Categories: christmas, grief, missing you,
Premium MemberSAD CHRISTMAS WITHOUT YOU
by JAN ALLISON
There’s an empty space at the table
I have a ready meal for one
It’s the first year without you
I can’t prepare a meal
Now I’m on my...

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Categories: christmas
Premium MemberSad Alone This Christmas
by Victor Buhagiar
Silent like the night all Christmas day,
Normal adornments simply scarce,
No Natal dinner this year,
Just a sandwich and wine,
Can't revel to feast.
I'll shed a tear
In recall,
Ten...

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Categories: childhood, christmas
Premium MemberHAPPY CHILDHOOD CHRISTMAS TIMES
by Curtis Moorman
HAPPY CHILDHOOD CHRISTMAS TIMES

My childhood Christmas times were so great
Each year I would anticipate
Finding gifts beneath the tree
Just waiting there for me
No disappointment 
When I...

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Categories: dark, death, destiny, introspection,
Premium MemberImmortality
by Rhoda Tripp
Contemplating immortality.
Reincarnation, flattering.
Eternity, appealing.
Cosmic intervention?
Everlasting life?
Only death knows.
Awaiting.
Tick tock.
Done....

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Categories: christmas, peace
Premium MemberWar- Christmas the truce
by Viv Wigley

Guns fell silent, nervous heads appeared,
one by one from the trenches climbed,
for a short while no-one feared,
some spoke while others mimed.
They kicked a football,
hugged fellow...

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Categories: adventure, fish, forgiveness
Premium Member CAN'T WAIT FISHING BAIT
by James Edward Lee Sr.
                       CAN'T WAIT...

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Categories: destiny, growing up, nature
Premium MemberThe Right Pick
by connie pachecho
The Right Pick

High above the tree ripe cherries sit
Prim and chaste, elegant standing
Their little red orbs take shape
Stretching for the sunlight
Nature taking course
To be picked
by...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, grief,
Through a Child's Eyes
by John Michaels
The mound of fresh soil, which does protrude.
Black clouds pregnant with foreboding,
the heavens reflect the mood.
I feel all alone here,
so lost and subdued.
Through a child’s...

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Categories: change, emotions, seasons
Premium MemberClear Thoughts
by Heidi Sands
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Categories: deep, i miss you,
Raw Feelings
by SPENCER MWAMBISI
This feelings,
Feelings intoxicated with all of you,
Feelings that capture me and won’t leave,
Of what the mind can’t fully conceive,
But still puts the heart to believe,
That...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, betrayal, dark,
Emergency Emergence
by Chad M. Horn
Entombed alive, (albeit barely)..........Eased
Moisture drops drip from coffin lid...Mind melts
Escape seems implausible................Exhume me
Rigorously clawing.............................Raising the roof
Gasping, groping, grief.......................Ghastly gasses pass
Exit plan nixed.....................................Eyes focused on flicker
Now...

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Categories: metaphor, natural disasters, ocean,
First Poem - Whirlpool
by John Michaels
Luckless vessel plucked from the surface;
sucked into uncharted fathoms.
Relentless, roiling vortex
consumes all evidence.
Sated, exhausted,
swirling eddy
dissipates.
All is
calm.

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31 August 2017 (this version)


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Categories: appreciation
Defense
by Rachael Sanga
Walking through the darkness,
Through paths so perilous,
Through all kinds of dangers,
Known and unknown evils.

Through my deepest trenches,
My pain and all my sorrows,
Through all my life...

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Categories: change, weather
Premium MemberChanging
by Heidi Sands

The clouds circle around in blue sky
Continuing to hide the sun
Raindrops come and go today
A changing pattern stays
Locked in place for now
The breeze does start
Then...

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Categories: appreciation, encouraging, life
Premium MemberTo Live Fully
by Heidi Sands
Layers of mountains surround me here
Changing color with the seasons
Showing how far one can go
To be all you can be
To securely know
To be fulfilled
No regrets
To...

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Categories: freedom, solitude
Premium MemberFree
by Heidi Sands
Running through the green open valley
Standing in the cool river flow
Sitting on rocks in the sun
Watching water pass by
Barefoot in warm wind
My solitude
Being still
Breathing
Free

Heidi Sands

8/6/17
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Categories: dream, longing, time
Premium MemberHopes and Dreams
by Robert Haigh



Our hopes and dreams don't always come true,
even when we believe in them.
Sometimes success and failure
walk along the same path
and can look the same.
But just...

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Categories: beautiful, bird, water
Premium MemberHushed
by Heidi Sands
Hushed (Nonet form)

The Loon glided across the water
Calling across the lake loudly
Then, it dove under water
Leaving ripples behind
It surfaced again
Looking around
Peacefully
It sat
Hushed

Heidi Sands

7/26/17
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Categories: dance
DANCE WITH THE WINDS
by Whyte Queen
Let’s move with vigorous vigour and sway our hands
and dance with the bands.
Let’s stretch our muscles.
As the world puzzles.
Hear! It speaks aloud,
spiralling and descending from...

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Categories: books, imagery, poems, poetry
Tower Of Books
by M. L. Kiser
A tower of good books she piled high;
collection grew faster than space;
tower loomed behind a door.
Ceiling-bound, tower was; 
but like all towers, 
what climbs; may...

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Categories: mentor, poems, poetry, space
Tunguska
by M. L. Kiser
 Sailing through a black hole, he arrived;
our solar system welcomed him
meteor at journey’s end
landed with a big thud;
radiation burned
Tunguskas land;
deep crater
Its’ burn,
built.
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Categories: night, peace, poems, poetess,
The Night Is Asleep
by NAYANIKA DEY
The night is asleep with its lamp lit
on the pillow of cottoned clouds
wrapped in sheet of vast welkin
and the breeze running its
fingers through its mane
while...

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Categories: imagination, love, love hurts,
Waiting and Paintings
by Taiwo Alao
So much depends on waiting,
the cock crow,
dissipating long nights,
before rain starts,
desecrating one-sidedness,
and,
getting it right,
working like-mindedness,
engrafting a woman in a man


So much depends on paintings,
healing minds,
moving...

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Categories: life, motivation, time
Too Little Time
by Elaine Gonzales
Too many questions left unanswered,
Too many words left unspoken,
Too many things left undone,
But too little time left.
Live life to the full.
Value the things
That matter
Most in
Life.


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Categories: butterfly
A Nonet
by Vivien Wade
A Nonet

A butterfly is freely dancing
has colourful fluttering wings
chooses a special flower
to rest itself upon
gathering nectar
from the pollen
with its' feet
wanting
more.

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Categories: confusion, introspection, political, usa
Premium MemberLast November's Election And Now
by connie pachecho
Last November's Election And Now

Hillary's ship hit a mound of cheese
And the pied piper lead his mice
A Ferris wheel spins and spins  
With Trump...

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Categories: conflict, hero, history, inspirational,
Heroes
by John Michaels
Another pointless foreign conflict,
where our brave men and women are
fighting for Queen and Country.
But where is the respect
when they return home?
Hold them in awe,
for they...

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