Form: Ivorian Sonnet 20 The Erotes: Anteros, god of requited love A tumult of emotions around me And I prayed love was something you’d see Like revealed cards my hand was out on show
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 21 As her voice lingered there upon my ear My eyes wandered slowly into her eyes Where the infinite of love knows no fear
Form: Arabian Sonnet I heard his whisper on that darkest night So clear it touched my soul with purest light I didn’t think to fight or take to flight
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 20 A man cannot feel love that never was Nor can he lose his soul to a closed mind Although he may search for it just because
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 19 Pothos – the god of sexual longing, yearning and desire
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 18 It’s when we touch, I catch the lust of night And feel the wildfires of want spark alight The play of my hands is moulding your flesh
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 19 What does it matter her love doesn’t care Now my soul sings with a different song In the starlight the night she wasn’t there
Form: Arabian Onegin Sonnet Prompt: Little Lies by Fleetwood Mac As the warming sun comes to shine in May It is as clear as the night follows day A pattern formed, no matter come what may
Form: English Sonnet The reflections of early summer sun, Glistens again on my windows this year, They blend invisibly ready for fun
Form: Australian Sonnet Begin to fall in love on a Monday For passion that’s gently kissed by the moon A man must battle for his lover’s rune
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 18 I held her in my arms on nights like this Her calmness from the savage storm outside As lightning flashed on her lips placed one kiss
Form: English Sonnet The hell's angels on electric scooters Race along the promenade to the pier. Make sure you move at the sound of hooters
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 17 Erotic love is easy to write now Now we’re lingering in the afterglow Of making love, our bodies breathing sex
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 16 The wisdom in the not so innocent kiss Of the tongue teasing while seeking its bliss And it coils itself round silky soft skin
Form: Australian Sonnet The chicken chunks sizzle in Cajun spice A dinner for two in the candlelight The signature dish to heat up the night
Form: Raven's Rovi Sonnet 17 As starlight shivers in the distance sky A poet’s pen begins to write his lines The saddest songs that bring his heart felt sigh
Form: Australian Sonnet Prompt: A Wall in Naples by Thomas Jones (1782, oil sketch) An old stone wall with no wisdom to tell No secret glimpses into times long past And the feet walk on with no questions asked
Form: American Sonnet The stiff made up face of a little doll She’s locked in the cage of candy pink walls But down her cheeks no tears will ever roll
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 16 We stand together as we watch love’s death Once lovers, it’s only pain that we feel Still we stand as what was takes its last breath
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 15 The warmth of sunshine nurturing the earth With gentle caress the rays bring forth mirth That lies hidden in the forest of trees
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 14 In the silent dark shadows of my mind I see her, a pale figure undefined But my soul knows without doubt it is you
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 15 They ask a poet to define love in The words of verse; and it is simply done If we allow for such love to begin
Form: American Libre Sonnet Was it a just dream that you called me here And do you still call me to be your guy In this dark place where all I feel is fear
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 14 I want to love you, but I don’t know how These complex feelings that make little sense Confuse my simple heart with then and now
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 13 You are my Achilles heel like sloe gin You burn me with the flames from deep within To leave my senses exposed to the pain
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 12 If I ask you to show me all, reveal Your beauty with nothing left to conceal Would you let me see the woman inside?
Form: Arabian Sonnet 3 (tetrameter) Your love was never meant for me And now my words must make me see
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 13 My love is not the hearts and flowers kind That empty promise wrapped in chocolate
Form: Arabian Sonnet I wish I could see more within your eyes Beyond the sparkle to where the truth sighs What is hidden beneath the sweet disguise?
Form: American Sonnet Prompt: Remember Me Dedicated in loving memory to my Rose xxx bis um...
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 12 When I look in your eyes, I see your soul Nothing hidden you’re naked in my sight
Form: Curtal Sonnet The three black cats that live by my Nan Gang up at dusk and strut about looking tough
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 11 It’s through my heart he shot his arrow In the sensual movement of bolero
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 10 As we kiss, I say release all your pain Ease your heart resting in my arms again
Form: American Sonnet Once more sifting through the debris of time When the mind is confused by the heart’s strife
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 11 I do not seek the sparkle in your eye Nor the sensual rising of your breasts
Form: American Sonnet As we make love, I look in to your eyes Just once let me see them say you love me
Form: English Sonnet From Canadian shore to English lime, The Maple leaf, your pride in homeland true.
Form: Amanda’s Dark Sonnet My soul still dances beneath the night sky As stars appear, I feel my breathing sigh
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 10 I don’t believe in love; I can’t love you My heart is cold there is no burning fire
Form: English Sonnet I have no idea, just a student here, the university of life my home.
Form: Ivorian Sonnet 9 On your lips rests that sweetest drop of dew Just kissed by the sun to a golden hue
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet variant 9 When you bring your light to my universe Like the rose blooming on a winter’s day
Form: Alfred Dorn Sonnet Author’s Note: Prompt: Your Valentine’s Day feelings, well, the world knows what I think of that but okay a sonnet to say it – delightfully assisted by Rod Stewart.
Form: Alfred Dorn Sonnet And so begins another writing day A pen in hand beside a coffee cup
Form: English Sonnet I really can't believe I have know this wonderful lady and poet for 11 years - where did that time go?
Form: Alternating Sonnet The spark that’s seen in glances between eyes Ignites the flames we feed with kissing sighs
Form: Raven's Rovi Sonnet 8 Form creation and experimentation The sober mind intoxicated by A kiss; the soft wetness of lips that meet
Form: English Sonnet Written 2008 "Nana tell me story now, Nana please" For me you made magic with words and rhyme
Form: Ivorian Sonnet variant 8 It sparkles as sunlight catches the stone Encased in silver, glimmers of love shown