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  157.     

Beyond Infinity

Welcome to my world, take my hand and see.
Come into my world, a world of mystery.
It’s a magical place where dark meets light,
shades of shadow grey, fading into night.

A world where everyone speaks in rhyme,
with laughing and dancing and bending time.
The place where dreams, become reality
and children rule with regal majesty.

Come into my world of tranquility,
where we warp time and stability.
So open your mind as you fantasize
and step in the mirror before your eyes.

A place where laughter is the only rule
and lessons are learned in paradox school.





Author notes

Sonnet
Sonnets are formal poems and consist of 14 lines (3 quatrains and a couplet) , traditionally written in iambic pentameter - that is, in lines ten syllables long, with accents falling on every second syllable.
 
Amera Andersen

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  158.     

Alankar (Decor) -18

Oh Bare, How Dare She Stands....
(A Tribute To The Tree Golden Shower
Petrarchan sonnet: -
a sonnet consisting of an octave with the rhyme pattern abbaabba, followed by a sestet
with the rhyme pattern cdecde or cdcdcd)

Oh bare, how dare she stands sole in her space
Shedding one by one all her green, lo, nude
Bearing pain over pain leaf by leaf crude
Oh there, why pares but fate this way her grace
But friends wait and watch just where goes her race
cited march pregnant her ilk to allude
Just trends trait straight golden showers so prude
Lighted torchlike blossoms to bloom her space

Sooner sunny racemes golden flower
Haloed circle enriched enshrine our hearts
Lordess shelters us herds in blest shower
Silent diction in praise of godly arts
Succumb we in 'Sarakondrai's'power
Tributes line up, what else then from our hearts


Golden Shower-Casia Fistula(Sarakondrai)
 
Indira Renganathan

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  159.     

Not a Sonnet

I had to write a sonnet once
For English Lit, as I recall.
Bored youths expressing sentiment
Of which we knew nothing at all.
O'er paper, Parker pens were poised
Although experience we lacked
For how to write of lovers when
Our teenage hearts remained intact?

Now decades later I could scribe
A thousand sonnets easily.
How bitterly I could describe
Each scar that love has given me.
And what a poet I would make!
Love's tragic consequences plain.
But what I wouldn't give to be
That bored fifteen year old again.
 
Cressida Leigh

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  160.     

Prose and poetry

While prose limits, posits, pretends,
To narrow mundane meaning binds,
Fails to touch heart’s deepest core,
Frozen snow blocking freedom’s shore,
Fails when to explore new crests, finds
No rainbow shades, comes to dead ends,
We know why caveman chose to sing
Ere used speech communicating.

Yet, today’s cut-and-dry world speaks—
Prose to touch base, a mundane need,
Poems to reach rarefied peaks,
Oft failing still poorly indeed,
Whilst imitating a dull prose,
The rose forgets when it is rose.
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This unusual sonnet is set in tetra metre. The
octave is rhymed: abccbadd, and the sestet
efefgg.
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- Sonnets | 05.09.12 |
 
Aniruddha Pathak

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