An anthology of original sonnets written by Leopard.
This series of poems have only one thing truly in common: they are all sonnets. A sonnet is a poem of 14 lines, usually with rhyme and often presenting a point which gets turned at a certain point. The two most famous types of sonnets are the Petrarchan and the Shakespearean, the former being traditionally Italian with two stanzas of eight then six lines; the latter being traditionally English and named for the type of sonnet Shakespeare wrote and has three stanzas of four lines followed by a couplet usually containing the turning point, called a volta.
Sonnets are usually also traditionally associated with love and time, both of which I have written about too to some point. And space. Because of course I have written space sonnets.
May or may not add more at some indefinite point.