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- Traditional —
- Octave: abab abab (a la Giacomo da Lentini) —
- Octave: abba abba —
- Sestet: cdecde —
- Sestet: cdccdc —
- Sestet: cdcdcd —
- Baillie, Joanna — Sonnet [eLook Literature]
- Browning, Elizabeth Barrett — To George Sand: A Desire [Poets.org♠]
- Gwynn, R. S. — God’s Secretary [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Lazarus, Emma — 1492 [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Rossetti, Christina — The Thread of Life [Poets.org♠] Three sonnets on a theme (the first of which inverts the rhyme for the final pair of rhymes, i.e. for a sestet of cdcddc).
- Wharton, Edith — Life [Poetry Out Loud]
- Wordsworth, William — Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 [E-Verse Radio]
- Sestet: cdcdee —
- Sestet: other —
- Auringer, Obadiah Cyrus — Fading Days [Black Cat Poems] Pushing the octave, with the sestet: abbacc.
- Bartholomew, Edward Alan — For Zeus (Some Say Poseidon) [Black Cat Poems] Sestet: cdedec.
- Donne, John — Holy Sonnets: Death, Be Not Proud [Poetry In Voice] Sestet: cddcee.
- Gray, John — On a Picture [Sonnet Central] Sestet: cde edc
- Riley, James Whitcomb — A Barefoot Boy [Poetry Foundation♠] Sestet: cdcddc.
- Stephen, James Kenneth — A Sonnet [“Two voices are there”] [Representative Poetry Online] Sestet: ccdeed
- Variants —
- Bishop, Elizabeth — Sonnet [The Writer’s Almanac] Second half of octave doesn’t use the b-rhyme of the first, although the a-rhyme is carried through.
- Stickney, Trumbull — Live Blindly and Upon the Hour [Poet’s Corner] Second half of octave inverts the rhyme pattern of the first half, i.e., abba baab.
- Traditional —
- Brooke, Rupert — 1914 II. Safety [Poetry Foundation]
- Hecht, Jennifer Michael — Sonnet on the Ribs of Laughter [No Tell Motel♠]
- Keats, John — The day is gone, and all its sweets are gone [Poets.org♠]
- Kreiling, Jean L. — Autumn Wish [Mezzo Cammin♥]
- Lattimore, Richmond — Resident by Mistra [Surprised by Time] One by a preeminent classic scholar.
- McKay, Claude — If We Must Die [Poets.org♠]
- Rathburn, Chelsea — English Sonnet [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Millay, Edna St. Vincent — I think I should have loved you presently [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Shakespeare, William — Sonnet I [EServer Poetry Collection]
- Variations —
- Benjamin, Park — New York Harbor on a Calm Day [Black Cat Poems] Third set of four lines has rhyme scheme effe (versus efef).
- Doyle, Caitlin — Backward Sonnet for a Forward Thinker ♫ [Rattle♥] The rhyme scheme of which is simply the Shakespearian inverted.
- Poe, Edgar Allan — Sonnet—Silence [Poets.org♠] A 15-line variant.
- Traditional —
Terza Rima —
- Petrarchanesque — comprising sonnets that generally follow a Petrarchan rhyme pattern, but rely on too many rhyme sets to be properly characterized among the Petrarchans —
- Couplets —
- Miscellaneous —
- Ackerman, Diane — Afterthought [Poetry Foundation♠ (via the Internet Archive)]
- Barker, George — Pacific Sonnets (1944): V [Emerging from Absence: An Archive of Japan in English-Language Verse]
- Barnstone, Tony — Audit [The Formalist♥]
- Berrigan, Ted — A Certain Slant of Sunlight [Poets.org♠]
- Brooke, Rupert — 1914 IV. The Dead [Poetry Foundation]
- Clare, John — The Gipsy Camp [Guardian]
- Clare, John — To John Clare [Poetry Foundation]
- Clarke, George Elliott — Blank Sonnet [Canadian Poetry Online]
- Cummings, E. E. — Next to of course god America [The Poetry Archive]
- Dale, Peter — Window [Poetry Archive]
- Garcia, Richard — Autumn [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Ghigna, Charles — Hunting the Cotaco Creek [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Gibson, Stephen — Memorial Sonnet [Verse Daily♠]
- Hass, Robert — Sonnet ♫ [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Lampman, Archibald — A January Morning [Old Poetry]
- McClellan, George Marion — A January Dandelion [Poetry Foundation♠]
- McGinley, Phyllis — The 5:32 [Old Poetry]
- Owen, Wilfred — Anthem for Doomed Youth [E-Verse Radio]
- Plath, Sylvia — Ennui [Blackbird♥]
- Sáenz, Benjamin Alire — To the Desert [Poetry Foundation]
- Shelley, Percy Bysshe — Ozymandias [Poetry Foundation]
- Swift, Todd — Sonnet [Poetry Foundation♠]
- Tennyson, Alfred, Lord — The Kraken [E-Verse Radio]
- Tranter, John — Sorehead [Poetry Foundation]
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