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Beautiful Italian Sonnet Poems

These Beautiful Italian Sonnet poems are examples of Italian Sonnet poems about Beautiful. These are the best examples of Italian Sonnet Beautiful poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Love's Beautiful Lawn
Wild grasses of my springtime heart unmown,
unruly, unrestrained, in silence grew.
Youth’s fierce infatuation madly blew
its untamed gales where tall, green blades had grown.
Fair birds of...

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Categories: green, love, passion, romantic

Premium Member Spring Flowers


     Allium is raising king Spring’s alarm
      Easter red bud is...

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Categories: beautiful, flower, spring,


Triumphant note of a magnolia's pearly white
Wakens the sleeping...

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Categories: uplifting,

The dull drip, drip, drip of thick, blackened blood pours
into the veins that beat a path to my heart,
with each feeble pulse, bit by bit,...

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Categories: anger, angst, anxiety, betrayal,

The Tranquility of This Land
As I sweep my eyes over the terrain starry bright,
I ponder how this place gives me more than I ever would have hoped
to help me...

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Categories: beautiful, nature,

Premium Member Love is Immortal
Unmask this night, let our love transpire
A free and wondrous kiss with love's embrace
Allow finger's passion to boldly trace
As we enjoy our night dreams sweet...

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Categories: love, romance,

Premium Member Good Neighbors
About head high, two bluebirds built a nest
Outside my window, in a young oak tree
They built their house complete with nursery
Last spring she chirped a...

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Categories: appreciation, bird, poetry,

Love's Sonnet
A feeling that can’t be put
To words. It has suddenly come
Upon me. A tune to hum
Freely. My heart is afoot 
For love’s game. Input
Signals beating...

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Categories: emotions, love,

Premium Member Beautiful Day Inside My Heart
It's a beautiful day inside my heart
The medicine of love has healed my wounds
Where hostility used to be entombed
I've been blessed with a chance for...

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Categories: appreciation, cheer up, love,

Premium Member How Do I Love Thee Contest - Response
Here is the poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1806 - 1861

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth...

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Categories: love,

Premium Member For Linda Poet Destroyer
Oh hearken to me Destroyer of Poets
With heart in hand I declare my feelings
Without pretentiousness humbly kneeling
Thou art the greatest and now I show it

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Categories: emotions, friendship, funny love,

Premium Member Response to Sonnet 43
Response to Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 43,
 Let Me Count The Ways

A hundred years beneath the earth my love,
And still, I love thee with...

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Categories: love,

be my girl
Be my girl

Make me whole again. Take my love .hold my hand lets drink love
And lose ourselves into love. Girl lets for once forget about...

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Categories: allusion, beautiful, crazy, crush,

Premium Member A Chance Meeting
Atlanta 1997, my first visit to America I recall
I went with a friend called joyous Jessica 
With no real intention of “dressing up” at all...

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Categories: relationship, romantic,

Ten by ten beautiful fingers and toes,
Aligned by design, colored for fashion,
Thus, proving this queen is full of passion,
Therefore, displayed wherever THE QUEEN goes.
Originality in...

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Categories: dedication