Here is a sonnet that I wrote today. A sonnet is an English poem that has 14 lines, with 10 syllables each and with a rhyming scheme ABBA ABBA CDCDEE. Some people use iambic pentameter but a sonnet written without iambs is still a sonnet as long as the other rules are met.
If you join the first letter of each line and put them together, you will get the name of an important mantra in Sanskrit.
She came into sight like a beam of light;
Opening my heart, she conquered my dream;
One day, she started flowing like a stream;
Roaring with waves, she moved all day and night!
Yanking my soul, she soon threw me in love
And made my heart to beat only for her;
Gasping for her breath, I began to slur;
“Are you an angel or a mystic dove?”.
Yielding no response increased my longing
And increased my thirst to meet my sweetheart;
Tuning into her, I began to sing;
Humming along with her taught me a lot!
Raising in pitch, I found bliss in her song;
I’m cursed to think about her all day long!