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Roundel Poems | Examples of Roundel Poetry

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

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List of Roundel Poems

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To Do The Right Thing Hurts Bette Bavington Roundel betrayal, conflict, confusion, courage,
A Flash In The Pan Bette Bavington Roundel anxiety, change, confusion, education,
Where's Happiness Bette Bavington Roundel appreciation, care, childhood, education,
Heard Tell Bette Bavington Roundel adventure, conflict, crazy, death,
Once You Look Your Hooked Timothy McGuire Roundel sin,
Visitors Ask Bette Bavington Roundel adventure, career, childhood, cute,
Trees Are Amazing Bette Bavington Roundel beauty, character, class, earth
Grandma What's A Fairy Bette Bavington Roundel childhood, fairy, fun, growing
Butterflies Bette Bavington Roundel appreciation, art, beauty, butterfly,
Premium Member Poem Brokenhearted Sunsets Emile Pinet Roundel angst, death, depression, emotions,

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Frost Like Filigree
by Sandra Haight
Frost Like Filigree


Frost filigree, superb can be
     as nature weaves crystal delights.
         ...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: imagery, winter,

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The Soldier's Death
by Emile Pinet
I can smell the coppery scent of blood
and the stench of death, excrement and piss,
a soldier lies dead, his face in the mud.
I mourn the...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: angst, bereavement, conflict, death,

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If I Were A Mayfly
by Bernard Chan
If I were a mayfly, living but for a day, 
I’d still live each moment with no thought of goodbye, 
Ever hopeful like summer in...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: day, how i feel,

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You can do it
by Heidi Sands

Dreams shining like gold from above
Inner strength, will bring them to you
Strive with hope, compassion and love
        ...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: dream, encouraging, inspirational, life,

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Visions can come true
by Heidi Sands
The clouds took over the whole sky
While I held onto thoughts of you
Sunshine memories from up high
        ...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: beauty, bird, change, sky,

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Sweet Rhapsody
by Joseph May
 Crimson dress in rhythmic sways
 She moves just like a burning flame
 Her swirling moves, a dance ablaze
 Sweet rhapsody

 This rhythmic fire no...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: culture, dance, music,

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Then A Rainbow Came
by Joseph May
 No sunshine came with warm refrain
 No kids came out to laugh and play
 Just gray clouds and the falling rain
 Then a rainbow...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nature, rain, rainbow,

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Lonely blue
by Katherine Braithwaite
I bought more cyclamen and recalled you
Wandering through wildflowers  by my side
I don’t know where to put them , they might die
Then I would...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: fate, flower, loneliness,

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The silence is more friendly
by Katherine Braithwaite

The silence seems more friendly than  before
It’s like a melody  felt in my ear
This love has taken from me, my own fear
When silence...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: allusion, appreciation, encouraging, inspiration,

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Cyclamen
by Katherine Braithwaite
I bought more cyclamen and recalled you
Wandering through wildflowers  by my side
I don’t know where to put them, they might die
Then I would feel...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: addiction, lost love,

Spun Gold - Rondel Prime
by Alfred Berggren
Her hair is the color of spun gold,

Her lips like the petals of a rose!

Her teeth like white pearls that the gods chose,

 A visage...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: romance,

A Car
by Bette Bavington
A car came speeding around the bend
Went right through a tree in to my children's bedroom
I was thankful to God this didn't become anyone's tomb.
My...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: anxiety, car, confusion, education,

What Happened
by Bette Bavington
Little children don't understand 
What has happened you see.
All of a sudden they're an outcast it seems in their own
Family.
They're no longer held, cuddled, talked...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: adventure, betrayal, confusion, family,

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This Rainy Night
by Sandra Haight
This Rainy Night 
    

I hear that sound; raindrops racing
     on my rooftop, out of sight.
  ...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rain, storm,

Mind Games
by L.C. Jarrette
Let the mind games begin
Turning facts into fallacies, urgh! What a mule
Good deeds? With evil grins
Ousting an honest man, and condemning his sins?
Bright minds unbecoming,...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: political, pride, today, truth,

Ask Her
by Bette Bavington
Ask her to dance.
You can see the music in her eyes.
She moves like a butterfly.
You watch her like your in a trance
Just waiting for one...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: adventure, anxiety, dance, fear,

The Piper
by Bette Bavington
As I lay in my bed listening to the music on my radio I 
endeavor 
To let my mind drift off to sleep. I see...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: beautiful, encouraging, fantasy, freedom,

The Wooden Airplane
by Bette Bavington
The children climbed on to the wooden airplane
Their mouths were going a mile a minute to all 
The different kinds of places they could go...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: adventure, childhood, creation, encouraging,

The Wooden Airplane
by Bette Bavington
The children climbed on to the wooden airplane
Their mouths were going a mile a minute to all 
The different kinds of places they could go...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: adventure, childhood, creation, encouraging,

God Hung
by Bette Bavington
God Hung in our sky a circle of fire,
And an orb the color of a pearl
For us to admire.

God Hung in our sky
Clouds to add...

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Roundel | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: art, beauty, color, creation,