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Triolet Poems | Triolet Examples

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A triolet is a form of French verse made up of eight lines and with an ABaAabAB rhyme scheme, but there is more to a triolet. What is triolet in poetry (complete definition)?

Premium Member Deep Summer
The rich orange sun is beaming, We are lost in summer's wild days; And gardens and parks are teeming. The rich orange sun is beaming. The moon is asleep and dreaming. We are in a sweet redbird phase! The rich orange...Read More
Categories: bird, color, flower, garden,
Form: Triolet



Premium Member LIFE IS LIKENED TO A BIG CLASSROOM
Life can be likened to a big classroom, Sometimes it takes years to pass the test. Each failed test one is filled with gloom, Life can be likened to a big classroom. Babes are taught things while still in...Read More
Categories: how i feel,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Smell of Autumn
Smell of Autumn in the evening dusk Decaying leaves slowly becoming dust, Scent of that Sixties patchouli musk Smell of Autumn in the evening dusk. Breezes becoming somewhat brusque Leaves still green but tinging with rust, Smell of Autumn in the...Read More
Categories: autumn, nature, seasons,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Entanglement
ENTANGLEMENT I was born to swim free my sisters and brothers and me It is not my nature to be entangled with man-made garb But; to be free to swim every river, ocean, and open sea I was born...Read More
Categories: animal, appreciation, freedom, sea,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Whispering Winds
WHISPERING WINDS Whispering winds, I hear them call Rustling leaves heed to my senses Go quick, before the cold night fall Whispering winds, I hear them call As listen not to the animals’ wrawl Their ploy to lessen your defences Whispering winds,...Read More
Categories: meaningful, wind, wisdom,
Form: Triolet



Premium Member A Changing Day
Today was a wonderful day, though it was cloudy, It started out being mundane, dull, and uneventful When someone close to me came by to say howdy Today was a wonderful day, though it was cloudy. Then, we decided...Read More
Categories: adventure, irony, longing, lost
Form: Triolet
Why do frogs croak aloud
Why do frogs croak aloud as though big spell? Snakes are all around to sing their death knell. As they just cannot when danger comes, yell, Why do frogs croak aloud as though big spell? Frogs know they're ever...Read More
Categories: satire,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member All is one
One is in all; each of many in one Underlying truth known, when we dissolve Pure of heart, in Gods domain are welcome One is in all; each of many in one We are that which sages seek to...Read More
Categories: spiritual, truth,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member ''O Muse Divine,'' A Double Triolet Poem
O Muse divine! how rare thou art; how sought after thou'd always be: how I searched long with patient heart, O Muse divine,—how rare thou art! If thou were like a golden cart ...Read More
Categories: heart, imagery, inspiration, longing,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Beware the Mandrake
Beware the enticing purple mandrake Thinking it will calm a lover’s worries Its berries do not make a tasty shake Beware the enticing purple mandrake. Many suitors have made this mistake With its lovely yellow-orange berries Beware the enticing purple mandrake Thinking...Read More
Categories: flower, mental illness,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member ''Rose,'' A Double Triolet Poem
I. A maid and muse, her name is Rose; which inspires me to write this song that trills a sound which sweetly flows. A maid and muse, her name is Rose; a ray of hope...Read More
Categories: for her, friendship, heart,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Drawn to Unknown Spaces
DRAWN TO UNKNOWN SPACES Could there be sight more alluring Than the bending of a lane Or a brow of hill’s contouring Could there be sight more alluring Tied attention thus unmooring Like a lyrical refrain Could there be sight more alluring Than...Read More
Categories: life,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member The Snowballs Are Gone
The snowball’s soft petals strewn on the ground Rain decimated the white flowering bushes, Falling throughout the night without a sound The snowball’s soft petals strewn on the ground. Like fluffy cotton balls scattered all around By the soft summer...Read More
Categories: flower, rain, summer,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Whispers Can Be Scary -slightly revised
Whispers can be scary if you're alone. Voices can sound sinister uttered low. Branches scrape windows; wind murmurs a moan. Whispers can be scary if you're alone. Imagine you go to answer the phone. "I see you," says a hushed...Read More
Categories: wind,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member Slight Spirit Glimpse
Adversity was thus proven to be unusually anomalous. I went out of my way to watch the stunning sunrise. spirit had not worn, or body had gone to a sarcophagus Adversity was thus proven to be unusually anomalous. ...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, analogy, character,
Form: Triolet

Specific Types of Triolet Poems

Read wonderful triolet poetry on the following sub-topics: art, animals, christmas, death, dog, family, flowers, food, friendship, funny, halloween, kids, life, love, music, nature, nursery, parents, school, spring, sports, war, winter and more.

Definition | What is Triolet in Poetry?

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