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Sonnets Poems - Poems about Sonnets

Sonnets Poems - Examples of all types of poems about sonnets to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for sonnets.
Horn Harmony
Written By: D. Collins 6/14/24 There's nothing better than a trumpet, trombone, and sax. Screaming out tight words on full blast. Synched and tuned to make our hair stand up. Cracking all glass products around the club. Then, a...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, music,
Form: Crown of Sonnets



Icy Things
Written By: D. Collins 6/12/24 Bling, bling icy things won't get us anywhere. They're given to show someone we really care. The bigger the bling is the love we get back. The larger the things is how we...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, perspective,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Moscow I
It caters to an arrogance of hate when war becomes a method of despite. Through vile contempt, he seeks to cultivate a dogma that defines inhuman blight. The devil’s plan has given due consent to let annihilation be the goal. Let...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Moscow II
As swift assaults endeavored to prevail, the magnitude of death was asinine. ‘Twas such a toll above a measured scale that no explicit value could define. As battles raged, no exploit could surmount the endless waves that fell within the...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Moscow III
And all the world would change forevermore, for solitude’s content has come undone. Its island bliss could harbor it no more as destiny unleased the rising Sun. The sleeping giant woke to see its rays unfurl their wrath...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets



My Eyes See
Written By: D. Collins 5/20/24 1,200 for 30,000 is pretty simple math. Annihilate the residents, then take their land. No one brings bulldozers to the front line. Unless that which is taken soon becomes mine. The word that comes...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, analogy, rude,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
It Took Me Awhile
Written By: D. Collins 5/14/24 It took me awhile to find my way. Now the new me is here to stay. I doubted whether I could go it alone. Now I’m the guy who stands on his own. As...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, confidence,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member A Place Not Meant To Be: 14
#14: Revelations 23:1 Human chain meant Starman ... breathing room trips, H**** sapiens chose ... plus naught minus, the apocalypse ... opts total eclipse, self-acquaintance, he splits us, Linnaeus, Con temporaries times, countdown it chills, Adolph & Stalin it ticks and...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, bible, creation, earth, history,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
The Old Guys
Written By: D. Collins 5/9/24 A triple-knee crack and a hip not ready to move. Are signs an OG (old guy) should hand over his tools. Don't push it to the limit trying to throw a football. And,...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, youth,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
'GOODNESS'
Written By: D. Collins 5/7/24 Goodness in people dominates from the inside out. Dismissing downtrodden people is not what it's about. To avoid panhandlers' people would take a different route. To ensure their lack of bathing didn't land...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, simile,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Hurt
I wish I wouldn't be defined my hurt. Ecounter my parents infront of doors would be welcoming, doing the socks of my father in right order wouldn't feel like needing to solve mathematics without already not...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, birth,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
I Used To
Written By: D. Collins 5/3/24 I used to know somebody who was all that. The very definition of what we call PHAT. Pretty, hot, and tempting ain't what I'm saying. Because the beauty I saw was underlying. A well-kept...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, appreciation, god,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Love waves a wand
Negating nothing, accepting what is, we begin then with this organic shell, where stuporous mind treats life like a quiz, birthing fears though heart tells us all is well. For our well-being, we struggle and strive but joy in permanence...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, introspection, joy, love, spiritual,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member A Place Not Meant To Be: 13
#13: Close One, & Cigars To the accords of The Book of Life ... cheers, loose ends of the created stoic string crisscross a heedless sea of empty tears. In the facade of guilt, all seems trifling. Metallica Horizons all...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, change, forgiveness, friendship, hope,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
If I Ever See You Again
Written By: D. Collins 4/26/24 If I were to ever lay eyes on you again. I'd say, I'm not perfect, but on the high end. We put in work for a good, long time. Raised each other's kids...Read the rest...
Categories: sonnets, love,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

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