Sonnet Verse Poems

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


Premium MemberWhy I Dont Write Sonnets by Maurice Rigoler

To begin with, I underestimated
my undertaking.  A sonnet may look
easy, but in fact it’s complicated –
if written strictly by the book.

Fourteen lines of rhymed...

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Categories: verse, humor,

Premium MemberA Poet Fell In Love by Nina Parmenter
A poet fell in love - the worst affliction for a poet!
He mused for tangled hours about how best to let her know it,
So first...

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Categories: verse, humor, humorous, longing, love,



Premium MemberThe Lost Daughter by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
“The Lost Daughter”



Thursday walked through the doors on a Tuesday
She sat in the Waiting Room, 
the place smelled too sterile, 
Antiseptic wash, 
rank clean with...

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Categories: verse, daughter, life, love, mother,

I Am Poetry by Mar'yam Thaoban
Hearts are Arts
For He-arts and s-he-arts
Beating to the rhythm of life, 
Rhyming in pumps, full of lire.

Arts have heArts
For where is the life
In art without...

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Categories: verse, art, heart, life, muse,

Premium MemberSonnet on a Star by Tamara Beryl Latham
 
Sonnet on a Star


If I could write a sonnet on a star,
then bottle it and toss it to the sea,
would it travel to the...

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Categories: verse, love, moon, star, sun,

Premium MemberThe Sunshine and Shower by Probir Gupta
The sunshine has started writing the poetry
A line or two it has already brought out
On the white rectangular paper
I left carelessly on the threshold
Of the...

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Categories: verse, life, love, rain, sunshine,

Premium MemberOn the Clerihew by Maurice Rigoler

Have you given Mr. Bentley’s clerihew
a try? I think you ought to.
It’s nothing like a sonnet –
only four lines to complete it
and an easy rhyme...

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Categories: verse, humor,

Premium MemberThe Beginning of Memory by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
"The Beginning of Memory"


Wouldst thou reconcile thy fate 
with the turn of a card?
Sweet child doest thou tempt all the Gods 
to "Lost Woods", 
beckon...

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Categories: verse, adventure, fate, humorous, imagery,

Premium MemberA Poet's Pledge by Jim Slaughter
I'll display no rhyme
Before its time.
No lim'rick, ode, haiku, nor sonnet
Will 'scape from 'neath
My poet's bonnet
'til it's trimmed and tamed and not aggressive
Or overripe with...

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Categories: verse, humor, poems, poetry,

Premium MemberBelieve And Trust - The Sonnette Style by Dorian Petersen Potter
~ Believe And Trust ~
( Sonnette )


Believe each day
On God always trust
The Lord is great, just
Gives love, hope each day 

In sunshine or rain
Worship Lord...

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Categories: verse, christian, faith, hope, love,

Premium MemberSupport Your Local Poet by Chris Hagy
“Support your local poet please”
Said the man with hand out and down on one knee
I’m down on my luck
And for only a buck
My humble verses...

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Categories: verse, character, perspective, poets, poverty,

My Anxiety For You by Veronica Capo
I left you alone, when I should've not.
Broken and senseless, just like I had felt.
I wanted to go, but wanted to stay.
You were given the...

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Categories: verse, absence, anxiety, confusion, fear,

Vitale's Fantasy Part One by Mario Vitale
try me if you please as you are out spreading the disease
plagued by thoughts of granduer with affectionate melancholy
sparkling array of blissful care through the...

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Categories: verse, anxiety, art,

Premium MemberRhetoric of Wonder by Gregory R Barden

Does the moon not brush its porcelain glaze on every foolish lover?

     Does the rain not conceal the absinthian tears of...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, creation, life, self,

Premium MemberThe Cat Time Forgot by Broken Wings
Lets take a journey back, back in time,
back in time to twelve million years ago;
and high in the Asian Steppes lets climb,
up thirteen hundred feet...

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Categories: nature,

Love Sonnet Love by Christopher Flaherty
Love at 1st kiss
Love at 1st sight

I think i loved you ever before i met thee

True love miracles that impossible
That has passed my lips
Unto my...

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Categories: verse, love hurts,

Premium MemberLet me not by Charles Coon
Let me not..

Marriage of true minds is Truth of Love
Love is One: seamless..independent and free..
Alteration and impediments are undefined..
Ever-fixed Love looks on changing tempests
And cannot...

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Categories: verse, change, inspiration,

Hydrangeas by Chris Green


Two poetic mobiles ~ happy or sad, take your pick 

Weeping hydrangeas spill
sapphire tears falling,
drenching grey scale gardens
suspended, free flowing
a mobile of distractions
on tiny threads...

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Categories: verse, happy, sad,

Premium MemberMy Poetry Suit by Jerry T Curtis
I do not get around so much
To see my friends in brand new prose
I guess I'm feeling out of touch
With all the things I've seen...

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Categories: verse, fun, word play,

Premium MemberA hearty soup they make by Klio Tsitsikroni
There a few Chief chef’s in this kitchen 
A hearty soup they make
Their craft is simply brilliant
This is no mistake. 

Some poets here have talent...

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Categories: verse, thank you, tribute,