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  • birajv 3d

    #realm_importance

    Measure of Love

    The waves caressing the shores
    Conveys silent love yet so deafening
    Void entering with roars

    Hearts rhyming in symphony
    Gesticulation bequeath the amour
    Words no more flowing free

    Psithurism wooing drift leaves
    Mesmerized within their serene romance
    Silent souls in trance breathe

    No ocean of words to bawl
    Yet heartbeats singing duets of love loud
    Lovers vowed to enthral
    ©birajv
    10th May 2021
    Englyn Byr Cwca Poems

    The englyn byr cwca is a Welsh form that uses both end and internal rhymes. But there are quite a few differences beyond this. It has the following guidelines:

    poem comprised of tercets (from one tercet to infinity) or 3-line stanzas

    first line has 7 syllables, second has 10, and third has 6

    lines 1 and 3 end rhyme with each other

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  • birajv 5d

    #realm_words

    Love Wails

    Fleeting mirage of aurora
    Supine stare at deadlocks
    Aquiver lips dreamy flora
    Misty scent of elflocks
    Sonorrous susurrate her sways
    Mellifluous whispers amaze
    Mellifluous
    Mellifluous
    Left me in limerence ablaze

    Swaddle supine within bosoms
    Rouse aurora above
    Sonorrous heartbeats of poems
    Tangled elflocks of love
    Zephyr grace as lips aquiver
    Love's Reverie limerence spurs
    Love's Reverie
    Love's Reverie
    As mellifluous love whispers

    Longing for aurora of fires
    Sonorrous beats of wail
    Reminisce of elflocks stifles
    Supine limerence frail
    Mellifluous lull deafening
    Aquiver love so stiffening
    Aquiver love
    Aquiver love
    Hold me in your heart revelling
    ©birajv
    8th May 2021
    Trijan Refrain

    The Trijan Refrain, created by Jan Turner, consists of three 9-line stanzas, for a total of 27 lines. Line 1 is the same in all three stanzas, although a variation of the form is not to repeat the same line at the beginning of each stanza. In other words, the beginning line of each stanza can be different. The first four syllables of line 5 in each stanza are repeated as the double-refrain for lines 7 and 8. The Trijan Refrain is a rhyming poem with a set meter and rhyme scheme as follows:

    Rhyme scheme: a/b/a/b/c/c/d,d refrain of first 4 words of line five /c

    Meter: 8/6/8/6/8/8/4,4 refrain/8

    Theme was to use words : Sonorrous, Supine, Aurora, Mellifluous, Elflock, Aquiver and Limerence

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  • birajv 1w

    #realm_komorebi

    The Call of Love

    Reminisce midst tenebrosity
    Shredding my heart with ferocity
    Limerence betwixt shades of sombre
    Lament resonates in macabre
    Spark of your touch midst shower of tears
    Evoke arrows pierced within despairs
    As psithurism and Komorebi
    Appear soon in life my love fairy
    ©birajv
    7th May 2021
    Cyhydedd Naw Ban Poems

    The cyhydedd naw ban is a simple Welsh poetic form that uses couplets to keep things even within each poem. In its most simplistic form, a cyhydedd naw ban is a poem comprised of 9 syllables couplets that rhyme with each other.

    Each line in the stanza is nine syllables long.

    The stanza has an even number of lines.

    Each line in the stanza end rhymes with another line (any line) in the stanza.

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  • birajv 1w

    #realm_retro

    Nirupama Jram has really given a very interesting theme for everyone to dwell into nostalgia. Thank you.

    My attempt to rewrite my poem written on 26 July 2018.

    Reflexes

    My mind so habituated to you
    Embracing you amidst every new dawn
    Reflexes naturally glide near you

    Dreamy eyes wake to look around for you
    Slumber sways me in your mystic dream lawn
    My mind so habituated to you

    My eyes longingly scouring just for you
    Ears yearn to hear your sweet voice and beyond
    Reflexes naturally glide near you

    My smiles and laughter is shared just with you
    My tears seeking solace in you thereon
    My mind so habituated to you

    My fears and worries find refuge in you
    You, my only comfort and muse redrawn
    Reflexes naturally glide near you

    Feet leads towards light emitting from you
    My lips craving for your kiss to adorn
    My mind so habituated to you
    Reflexes naturally glide near you
    ©birajv
    26 July 2018
    Villanelle

    Reflexes

    My mind is so habituated to you
    Approaches you with every new frame of it
    Reflexes naturally tuned to glide towards you

    Dreamy eyes I wake up looking around for you
    Slumber transports me to your lilting dreams
    My mind is so habituated to you

    Eyes longingly probe just for you
    Ears straining just for your voice loving strains
    Reflexes naturally tuned to glide towards you

    My smiles and laughter is shared just with you
    In you my tears and sorrows seek solace
    My mind is so habituated to you

    My fears and anxieties find refuge in you
    In you I find my comfort and meditation
    Reflexes naturally tuned to glide towards you

    Feet lead me towards light emitting from you
    Body craving for you to satiate its thirst
    My mind is so habituated to you
    Reflexes naturally tuned to glide towards you
    ©birajv
    26 July 2018

    A Villanelle is a nineteen-line poem consisting of a very specific rhyming scheme: aba aba aba aba aba abaa.

    The first and the third lines in the first stanza are repeated in alternating order throughout the poem, and appear together in the last couplet (last two lines).

    One of the most famous Villanelle is "Do not go Gentle into that Good Night" by Dylan Thomas.


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  • birajv 1w

    #realm_keyhole

    Kaleidoscope

    Peep into door of my heart, oh! sweetheart
    Kindling rays of your chaste love to ignite
    Amour's constellations!
    Stars romancing on mystic night
    Kisses unfurling secrets of our heart
    Dreams chasing life of your romantic art
    Boarding on your love flight
    See our love story amination in my heart
    ©Birajv
    5th May 2021
    Mistress Bradstreet Stanza: Poetic Forms

    Mistress Bradstreet stanza, an invented form of John Berryman.

    Here are the Mistress Bradstreet stanza guidelines:

    Eight-line stanza

    Beat count of 5-5-3-4-5-5-3-6 (or translated to syllables: 10-10-6-8-10-10-6-12)

    Rhyme scheme: abcbddba

    No other rules for subject or length!


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  • birajv 1w

    #realm_bridge
    #realm_pulchritude
    #realm_kohl
    #realm_tears

    Bridge of love

    Thou chaste innocence thriving within soul
    Ignite beauteous glamor thou visage
    Sensuality of eyes beneath kohl
    Intoxicating pulchritude pillage

    Tender lips envisage kisses of hearts
    Shredding shyness in our well of desires
    Caressing thou sinuous veins of arts
    Engulfed in fiery dance as trance acquires

    Bleeding heart now yearns for thou warm embrace
    Breaths astray san symphony of your beats
    Tears drenching autumn smiles for thou love trace
    Embers of hopes flickering rays of greets

    Ropes of the invincible souls in love
    Bridge remisciances to dreams of love
    ©Birajv
    4th May 2021
    Sonnet


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  • birajv 3w

    #realm_random

    Love me tender, love me sweet
    Never let me go
    You have made my life complete
    And I love you so

    Songwriters: Elvis Presley / Vera Matson

    Love me tender, love me sweet

    Our first Rendezvous
    Chimes rhymes within unknown hearts
    Flowers Blooming love
    Breeding path of life's river
    Frolic zeal embarks
    Secret expidiations
    Courting my sweetheart
    Weaving remisciances
    And your Whispering
    Love me tender, love me sweet

    Auspicious nuptial blessings
    Tuning to new waves
    Surfing through each ebbs and tides
    Waves of tears and smiles
    Embracing oars of faith strong
    Castles of our dreams
    Happily dwelling in warmth
    Shores of hopes so near
    Hugging eachother we say
    Never let me go

    The new dawn in life
    Buds blooming sheer happiness
    Lullaby singing
    Tiny steps opens heaven
    Joyous stars twinkle
    Our heart beats to their jingles
    Hues of innocence
    Rainbow shining in our world
    And my heart reveals
    You have made my life complete

    Now our buds sway as flowers
    Thriving our meadows
    Gaze in solidarity
    At sunset and dawn
    Melodies Of yesteryear
    Resonates sweetly
    Canoodling amidst fervour
    Hearts forever young
    Your sweetness drench me with love
    And I love you so
    ©Birajv
    25th April 2021
    Glose or Glosa: Poetic Forms

    The glose or glosa is an interesting Spanish form that reminds me a bit of the golden shovel or cento. The basic premise is that you quote four lines of poetry as an epigraph from another poem or poet. These four lines act as a refrain in the final line of the four stanzas written by the poet. So the first line of the epigraph would be the final line of the first stanza, the second line ends the second stanza, etc.

    The most common convention is for each of these stanzas to be ten lines in length. There are no other hard and fast rules for rhymes or syllables, though line length is usually consistent within the poem (so the epigraph kind of sets the line length).

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    Love me tender, love me sweet

    Please read in the caption, poem is long so can't fit in one image

  • birajv 3w

    Odyssey

    Fragrance unfurls pastureland
    Vision of our life
    Beautifies our fairyland
    You my lovely wife

    Holding life with steadiness
    Touch of solace pure
    Path blooms in your prettiness
    View of promised tour

    ©Birajv
    23rd April 2021
    Cro Cumaisc Etir Casbairdni Ocus Lethrannaigecht Poems

    The cro cumaisc etir casbairdni ocus lethrannaigecht is an Irish poetic form, which means there are quite a few rules about rhyming and syllables (plus, it has a really long name). But, like other Irish poetic forms, it's fun once you get the rules down.

    Here are the guidelines:

    Quatrain (or four-line) stanzas

    Seven syllables in lines one and three; five syllables in lines two and four

    Lines one and three end with a three-syllable word

    Lines two and four end with a one-syllable word

    Rhyme scheme in each stanza: abab

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  • birajv 3w

    #evepoetryprompts

    Oceanic Eyes

    Your breathtaking eyes
    Oceanic pearls shinning
    Do I delve in for your love?

    It's a mystery
    Hiding behind my greyscale
    Read my eyes' silent story
    ©Birajv & ©njram6
    21st April 2021
    Sedoka: Poetic Forms

    Here are the sedoka guidelines:

    Two three-line stanzas

    Five syllables in the first line and seven syllables in the second and third stanzas

    First stanza is a question by one lover

    Second stanza is an answer by the other

    So it's traditionally a love poem (and often a collaborative work)

    No rules for rhyme!

    @njram6

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  • birajv 3w

    Femininity

    Stalwart soul veiled dainty
    Beauty surge in plenty
    Serenity Jaunty
    Feminine glee trendy

    Equanimous swirling
    Romantic air thriving
    Self sacrifice raving
    Feminine wings striving
    ©Birajv
    21st April 2021
    Rinnard: Poetic Forms

    The rinnard is an Irish poetic form. It has the following guidelines:

    Quatrain (or four-line) poem (or stanzas).

    Six-syllable lines.

    Two-syllable rhymes at the end of each line.

    Rhyme scheme for each quatrain: abcb.

    The "a" and "c" words consonate with the "b" words.

    Usually an aicill rhyme between lines three and four.

    Note on aicill rhyme: An aicill rhyme in this poem means that the final syllable of line three rhymes somewhere in line four (usually the middle). While I tried in my example below, I came up just a tad short--unless we want to really slant the rhyme of "fever/heated" in the first stanza.

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