I know a lier whose silence speaks loudly Yet,every sound echoes in an interesting manner Should I name her a waif, searching the missing piece badly Mending the fragmented pieces,should I portray her as a healer!
Lost inside the realm of present , holding the hands of past She took the pills of alphabets, figuring the hidden mirror Shed no tears Oh! Shed no tears The flower will bloom another year,
Trying to take refuge under her darkest secret In the midst of her forlorn silence Swiveling between the reality and faking melancholy Igniting the embers of solace finding her lost serenity
Pixelated thoughts curating via words Narrating the untold story of a naive soul Digging her thoughts ,poetry dancing in past's graveyard Expectation of her fulfilled by words- "A lie"!
Never know a true bond in life She felt the love between the quill and parchment A friendship! Fuelling her mirage of emotions A perfect mosaic to a broken angel.
Microcosm sized life, revolving like wandering star Fate of each,bigger than it with signs Crossing life, unravelling sorrows,on its elliptical lines, Listening it's rhythm,holding the magic within Uncoloured the rainbow,to colour my solitude bin
Fate of each ,bigger than it,with signs Like Baru'ah willing to rule the galaxy Ruling the twilight side of fate with zodiac sign Morning blues of gaia tuning tunes of proxy Beguiled the Octavia by its chord Opera in heart bonding for the sake of accord
Crossing towards destiny on the rope of war Personified my feel to the hue of scream Erupting the fear like the burning star Erasing the anxiety,skrik in the elliptical stream Emptied my soul to reach caelus's citadel As I escaped from the Pompey of past well
Dreamy life unraveling sorrows on its eliptical lines Akin to Apollo,Aphrodite, Gaia,Mars,Sin Curating the nebula of zodiac that inclines Along Cronos,caelus ,Poseidon,Anubis I spin Believing self,in lieu of gemini,cancer,Taurus I escape in life like Aquarius
Listening it's rhythm holding the magic with in I,the woman who believe in her own song Following the magic of notes as kin Adjusting my energy,anchored where I belong Envy of moon felt ,I suppose With proud attire I looked silver papoose
Trenta-Sei Poems The trenta-sei form was created by the poet John Ciardi. It's a 36-line poem (the word "trenta-sei" is Italian for 36) that has a rhyme pattern and refrains. In other words, it's a lot of fun.
Here are the basic guidelines:
Six sestets (or 6-line stanzas). Each sestet has the following rhyme pattern: ababcc. Each line in the first stanza makes the first line in its corresponding stanza. So line 1 is the first line of the first stanza; line 2 is the first line of the second stanza; etc. (So a little like the cascade poem)
The Shadow Sonnet was created by Amera M. Andersen, may be written in any sonnet style. The Shadow takes place at the beginning and ending of each line as the words are identical or homophonic. Since all poetry was originally meant to be sung or recited out loud, homophonic words are acceptable, these are words that sound alike such as “see and sea”. (Rules: 14 lines, 9 or 10 syllables per line. The poem should have a volta or pivit; iambic pentameter is not necessary.)
Are you in a holiday? It's thee inside my glorious side Oh the beautiful evil! Let me keep you aside You're blessed to roam bare A parasite captures the soul with flair
Ne'er let my heart to touch thy bay Often wanted to hold by your maze A gleeful solitude ,I have nothing to say Rhythm of your moan may earworm whole day Let me choose ,not to amaze Blessed invisible creature
An ode to which I dislike. Ode for solitude which I don't like
Ode are of three types Pindaric ode named after Pindar Greek poet Horatian ode Irregular ode
Here I tried pandaric ode inspired by , a famous English language poem that is written in the Pindaric style is “Ode on Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood” by William Wordsworth, published in 1807.
Pls excuse the flaws! Just an attempt! Written in iambic meter but not in pentameter.
Here are the guidelines for the rannaigheact mhor:
Quatrain with an abab rhyme scheme, including consonant end sounds Heptasyllabic lines, or 7 syllables per line At least 2 cross-rhymes in each couplet of each quatrain Final word of line 3 rhymes with interior of line 4 At least 2 words alliterate in each line Final word of line 4 alliterates with preceding stressed word Final sound of poem echoes first sound of poem (common for Irish forms)
Notes tuning my search in silence New feel,my first feel The feel I love to cherish Heart of mine is entranced Boon to my entire life A sweetest miracle
No longer the owner of the miracle Perplexity in my silence It guillotined the dream life Fate left me in dungeon feel Searching,what I once entranced To protect the foundation I cherish
Carrying those memories I cherish Without you my miracle Plumbing the moments I entranced World without you is in silence Emptying every feel Can't step ahead with my life
Cocooning those memories of life Swatching it around to cherish Opening my soul to feel Naked spirit waiting for a miracle Fragrance of you,sniffed in silence Oh! Again I'm entranced
Realm of Eden awaits to be entranced Oh! Lunar bloom of my life Your whispering swirls in silence Crescent petals decorating,to cherish Our love renegades fate,a miracle A soulful fervour still holding the feel
I'm sitting under blue granite,with feel I have bee waiting to be entranced Allow to pause the moment for miracle Wilt not from ages of life Let me slumber in reverie to cherish I have infinite time in my silence
A complex French verse form, usually unrhymed, consisting of six stanzas of six lines each and a three-line envoy. The end words of the first stanza are repeated in a different order as end words in each of the subsequent five stanzas; the closing envoy contains all six words, two per line, placed in the middle and at the end of the three lines. The patterns of word repetition are as follows, with each number representing the final word of a line, and each row of numbers representing a stanza:
Arrival of low clouds,squall Daughter of etesian Carries the aroma of all Woke slumberous sapiens Smiling grey clouds,stale and humid Feeding parched ,withering liquids Smiling grey clouds Smiling grey clouds Bestowed natural moistener
Arrival of low clouds,squall Printing delible slash Prancing on the shallow downfall Wirthe the jade barks for splash Lover of rain betrothed to tunes The croakers opera in June Lover of rain Lover of rain Playing on the muddy batter
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
A Kyrielle is a French form of rhyming poetry written in quatrains (a stanza consisting of 4 lines), and each quatrain contains a repeating line or phrase as a refrain (usually appearing as the last line of each stanza). Each line within the poem consists of only eight syllables. There is no limit to the amount of stanzas a Kyrielle may have, but three is considered the accepted minimum.
Some popular rhyming schemes for a Kyrielle are: aabB, ccbB, ddbB, with B being the repeated line, or abaB, cbcB, dbdB.
Mixing up the rhyme scheme is possible for an unusual pattern of: axaZ, bxbZ, cxcZ, dxdZ, etc. with Z being the repeated line.
The pregunta is a Spanish poetic form that proposes a question and offers a response.
Usually a collaborative poem
First stanza presents a question (or series of questions)
Second stanza presents an answer while copying the form and structure of the first stanza
The first stanza sets the structure for the second half of the poem. Not only does it decide the subject through the question (or questions) it asks, but it also decides the structure and form for the poem.
Utensil: Callous you are, brutal you are, proudness is breathed out from you Oh! The society. Heinous may be action of inhabitants of many, pretension may be weapon of many, utensil never ceases its service, food of the kitchen becomes its supply to every belly evil or good. Lushes misuse its supply as aid to their enjoyment goons misuse for miscreation, But it never skives off its duty, it never famishes anybody who desires to live in the world. #wod #kitchen