Ice cream, creamy,
Ice cream, sweet,
Tasty and pretty,
What a treat!
Eat it with cone or
Scope it in a bowl,
With lots of
Rain or shine,
It matters not.
What’s on mind
Is to eat a lot.
Ice cream, my pleasure,
Tastes great with fruit platter.
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In response to Writing 201, Day 10: Pleasure, Sonnet, Apostrophe
Could it be our final assignment already?! Let’s close this course on a note of joy, glee, and profound contentment.
From the tantalizing to the satisfyingly sober, have your poems convey a sense of pleasure today.
The sonnet at a glance:
- A sonnet is normally composed of 14 lines of verse.
- There are several ways you can split your sonnet into stanzas (if you wish to), though the most common ones are 8-6 and 4-4-3-3.
- Likewise, if you decide to use rhyme in your sonnet, you can choose between various rhyming schemes, like ABAB BCBC CDCD EE, ABAB CDCD EFEF GG, or ABBA ABBA CDC DCD, among others.
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