Part of speech:
A quality that suggests poetry, as in grace, beauty, or harmony:
A lyric ode in honor of a bride and bridegroom.
A city of southwest Ireland on the Shannon River estuary. It was an important Norse settlement in the 9th and 10th centuries and was taken by the English in the late 12th century.
A choric song of classical Greece, often accompanied by a dance and performed at a public festival or as part of a drama.
A piece of verse, or poem, in which there is a regular recurrence of corresponding sounds, esp. at the ends of lines
A medieval French monophonic or polyphonic song with many repetitions of two themes or phrases
The art or act of composing a musical or literary work.
A long narrative poem in a dignified style about the deeds of a traditional or historical hero or heroes
A short speech or poem spoken to the audience by one of the actors at the end of a play
A form of lyric poem, as of Horace, in which a short line follows a longer one
A poem dealing with farming or rural life
A romantic interlude.
The variety of the ancient Greek language spoken in Ionia, closely related to that of ancient Attica
An official letter or document, as on doctrine or religious observance, issued by a bishop or group of bishops to persons within their jurisdiction
(Place, proper) A large N constellation between Andromeda and Pisces
(Obs.) A miscellany
A white incrustation of ice formed when supercooled water droplets freeze almost instantly on contact with a solid surface.
(Music) A composition or movement, often the last movement of a sonata, having its principal theme stated three or more times in the same key, interposed with subordinate themes
A simple song in which some phrase, line, etc. is continually repeated
A Finnish poem or section of a poem.
The art, practice, or theory of poetic composition
The art or practice of composing poems.
a composition written in metrical feet forming rhythmical lines
The words of a song, as distinguished from the music
A poem in this form.
The Prose (or Younger) EddaProse EddaYounger Edda (c. 1230), a summary of Norse mythology with two treatises on skaldic poetry, attributed to Snorri Sturluson
A popular song especially of a romantic or sentimental nature.
(Uncountable) A poetic form divided into lines of no particular length or meter, without a rhyme scheme.
The act or art of singing:
Anything created; esp., something original created by the imagination; invention, design, etc.
Characterized by romantic imagery:
Expressed in metrical form; exhibiting the imaginative or the rhythmical quality of poetry.
A rhyming couplet.
In ancient Greece, an impassioned choric hymn in honor of Dionysus
A short, simple song
Crudely or irregularly fashioned verse, often of a humorous or burlesque nature.
A pastoral poem, usually in the form of a dialogue between shepherds.
A poem composed in elegiac couplets.
A poem or song of mourning or lamentation.
An intense outpouring of exuberant emotion.
Any terse, witty, pointed statement, often with a clever twist in thought (Ex.: “Experience is the name everyone gives to his mistakes”)
Find another word for poem. In this page you can discover 65 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for poem, like: poetry, epithalamium, epos, jingle, limerick, ode, rhyme, rondeau, metrical, composition and epic.