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A roundel is a is a form of verse used in created by Algernon Charles Swinburne that has three stanzas, and each stanza is three lines, but there is more to a roundel. What is roundel in poetry (complete definition)?

Premium Member Laying a Soldier to Rest
Sagely silent woman half smiles Man blathers on and on and on Abject grief traveled many miles Death has come to their precious son Solemn church has six empty aisles This brave soldier has long been gone Sagely silent woman half...Read More
Categories: soldier,
Form: Roundel



Premium Member My sweet fairy dream
My sweet fairy dream, blossoms of my glee, In your embrace unfold desires of night When donning bold smile you answer my plea My sweet fairy dream Oh! how you paint splendorous day so bright On blue morning skies for...Read More
Categories: dream, fantasy,
Form: Roundel
Keeper of the Candle
The Keeper of the candle has immortal trust. Note anyone who has ever held the handle on secrets - sparks in the mind all set to combust, the Keeper of the candle. Without the intention of libelous...Read More
Categories: 11th grade, death, truth,
Form: Roundel
Stellar Rondel
A stellar sight delights the eyes when comes the night from passing day and ends sun’s starring matinée with drama of the darkened skies. The world assumes nocturnal guise as songbirds hush their roundelay. A stellar sight delights the eyes when comes...Read More
Categories: beauty, creation, feelings, poetry,
Form: Roundel
Poetry in motion
Poetry in motion, Is more than a notion, Is more than a quotation. Poetry in motion, Is for more than one nation, Is for more than one situation. Poetry in motion, Is quite an inspiration, Is quite a realisation. ...Read More
Categories: anger, appreciation, art, blessing,
Form: Roundel



Premium Member Of My Inner Being
A peaceful calm persuades my mind and heart When the still, small voice speaks to my soul And completes the greater, quiet part Of my inner being. My self can only be completely whole...Read More
Categories: i am, peace, spiritual,
Form: Roundel
Premium Member I Must Move On
Believing you've forgotten those moments we shared, Finding more satisfying life with another, Assuming the time came when you no longer cared I must move on. When one loves fully, it is hard to recover From heartbreak, the wounded soul...Read More
Categories: heartbreak, hurt, lost love,
Form: Roundel
Premium Member Who Am I
Who am I to whine and complain About things I cannot change, Nor think ill of those who obtain Who am I? I must admit I find it strange Some do not hesitate to cause pain To others, I think, in...Read More
Categories: perspective, philosophy,
Form: Roundel
Premium Member Early Spring Dawning
Imagine this, a magnificent early spring dawning Dusty rays of golden sunshine glancing through my window, Wakening to discover the natural world yawning Imagine this. I rise to glorious expectations...Read More
Categories: emotions, hope, morning, spring,
Form: Roundel
Premium Member VERSE FREED to antiphon
Each day remember not,forgive my sin My Lord,within In worship as I praise to You my hands...Read More
Categories: christian, word play,
Form: Roundel
Rondels, Roundels and Rondeaux
Rondels, Roundels and Rondeaux These are poetic forms similar to villanelles, with refrains (repeated lines) and sometimes double refrains. Rondel: Merciles Beaute ("Merciless Beauty") by Geoffrey Chaucer loose translation/interpretation Michael R. Burch Your eyes slay me suddenly; their beauty I cannot...Read More
Categories: art, beauty, heart, repetition,
Form: Roundel
Premium Member Double Down -A Rondel for Donald Trump
A Rondel for Donald Trump When those Fake News polls keep coming 'round And their predictions drag you down, Just face the music like a Man And deny it all, the best you can As you try to hide that...Read More
Categories: political,
Form: Roundel
Charles d'Orleans: a Medieval Marvel
Charles d'Orleans: a Medieval Marvel Spring by Charles d’Orleans (c. 1394-1465) loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch Young lovers, greeting the spring fling themselves downhill, making cobblestones ring with their wild leaps and arcs, like ecstatic sparks struck from coal. What is their brazen goal? They grab...Read More
Categories: art, autumn, french, prison,
Form: Roundel
This Is Not A Wallflower
Sh! Children, come here very quietly to look at the baby deer that's laying in a bed Hiding in among the purple flowers In it's bower. It has a sweet aromatic bouquet that is circling The little ones head. It...Read More
Categories: adventure, animal, appreciation, baby,
Form: Roundel
Pouring Out The Stars
Look at the lustrous pearl moon all a glow. I found the ageless elusive Judy in the sky Standing on the moon pouring diamonds From her magical watering can for us to admire. See the way their blinking,...Read More
Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, blessing,
Form: Roundel

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