Childhood Italian Sonnet Poems

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


Premium MemberA Spring Mindset by Janice Canerdy
                The calendar said it was almost spring.
		The kids were...

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Categories: childhood, joy, spring,

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Categories: friendship, happy, nostalgia, paradise,



Premium MemberThe Park by Daniel Turner
My neighborhood park was across the street
Sometimes supine, in a patch of clover
Look to the sky watch jets fly over
Close my eyes and be in...

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Categories: childhood, community, dream, fantasy,

Premium MemberOur Cross to Bare by Ninette Carey
May You Guide
And determine our stride 

That we stay on course
While we Carey this Cross

I trust in You 
That this path is true

They say You...

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Categories: bible, character, childhood, devotion,

Premium MemberBe Not Juliet by Debbie Guzzi
But fiction you are, our Juliet, unborn,
mere humans find love so hard to portray, 
thus leading many to their death, astray,
fear not a Romeo is...

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Categories: childhood, death, love, love

Premium MemberSisterly Examples by Andrea Dietrich
When I was young, I had a great disdain
for Campell's nasty soup named Alphabet.
One Saturday it was our mother's threat
we had to eat it up...

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Categories: family, funny, mom, sister,

Methodical Mothers by cecil hickman
"Mothers can be scornful at times it may seem."
They shoulder much tenacity under watchful eye.
Contempt may enroll in your mind, as you cry. 
Though behind...

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Categories: childhood, family, life, love,

Premium MemberGranddaughters by Andrea Dietrich
G irls giggle and tell secrets. That’s okay!
R ambunctious boys can cause my head to ache.
A ngelic girls are easier to take.
N ight comes. They...

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Categories: childhood, giggle,

How Much by Raquel nicholson
how much i liked him ,he will never really know ,
how much he hurt me will always show.
its easy to fall in love but hard...

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Categories: adventure, art, childhood, me,