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Flowers Sonnet Poems

These Flowers Sonnet poems are examples of Sonnet poems about Flowers. These are the best examples of Sonnet Flowers poems written by international poets.

As Snow Falls, Spring Falls
On my heart, a winter swathed 
Her spring flowers only right for 
When chill itself dons out windblown—
Attached there by my faithful arm.
Green there and...

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© Paige Hind  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sonnet, beautiful, blessing, god, inspiration,

Premium Member Sunrise Sonnet
 A bird sings an ode to twilight
 Composed just for those purple skies
 Tomorrow when dawn breaks light
 It will sing a sonnet to...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sonnet, bird, summer,

Marshy, muddy, like the alluvial soil after rains
Slippery, clutching, quaking, and giving way underfoot
Pulling the solitary wayfarers with vein-nerve strains
Pets and cattle, as though sailing...

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Categories: environment, life, nature, weather,

Unseen is the dark sky midst the pitch darkness. Owls howl-hoot.
Vampire bats fly around. I sit, staring at the red moon.
What has happened to me?...

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Categories: life, nature, riddle,

Premium Member Awaking from Stupor
it’s not desire per say but the clinging ~

that stifles soul and stops heart from singing 

enlivening silence sets our soul free ~

vibrant in the...

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Categories: art, character, psychological, sympathy,

In harmony with nature
Gently smile along when the flowers grin;
Freely fly along when butterflies glide
Divulge the veiled exuberance within;
Set your worldly tribulations aside.

Pace along with ever ebullient breeze;

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Categories: beautiful, butterfly, extended metaphor,

A princess's tale
In only a few words I will tell you a tale, of our lovely princess nightingale

The king’s life has become a living hell, in every...

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Categories: care, dark, dream, evil,

Though Spring Is Gone
My ornamental garden is full of multi-hued blooms.
Iris, tulips, roses, and sunflowers are in full swing.
Briançon plum trees and apricots around are in plumes.
Columbidae, pigeons,...

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Categories: faith, hope,

Sonnet 08: Celebrating Black Grandeur
In liberty's realm, we bear a cross of might, 
Our skin, a testament to trials that tower high.
Injustice, a tempest, a loss that rages in...

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Categories: 11th grade, discrimination, endurance,

Premium Member The Grandeur of Fall

Red, orange and yellow fill the valley
Like a bucket of paint, spilled on the trees
Water reflects autumn's grand finale
With colorful leaves, waving in the breeze


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Categories: autumn, beauty,

Premium Member Not Leave for Winter
Perhaps I’ll lose my leaves and stay this year,
To join winter’s bleakest winds and hours; 
My northeast friends will leave and disappear
For southern sun and...

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Categories: winter,

Sonnet 07: Dance Through Time
Upon life's stage where shadows weave their play,
A fleeting waltz where mortals find their way.
In heedless youth, with innocence bedight,
The heart's true freedom, by time,...

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Categories: 11th grade, adventure, appreciation,

Premium Member GRANDEUR of FALL


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Categories: autumn,

Premium Member Stoicism Sonnet
“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. 
Today I am wise, 
so I am changing myself.”

In a world where ego still...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: emotions, perspective, philosophy,

I Love You As You Are
I love you as you are, a sweet ballerina of the moon,
Your beauty dances, from star to luminous star,
Iris to rose flower, And I love...

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Categories: art, beauty, woman,