A Poolacious Trick
One easy way to write a sonnet is
to simply invent words to end some of
the lines -- for example, the term "gerizz" --
which will rhyme with the word two lines above.
Instead of struggling to find a noun
(or other word) which rhymes, you make one up,
and then your poem is unique, upside-down
or sideways, or any way! "Ackilupp"
has a great sound, somewhat Germanic, or
even Dr. Seuss-ish, for example.
(Also, you may give the word any number
of syllables, which helps, in poems.) Ample
imaginary words exist, don't fret!
One of my favorites is "vilibet."