Confusion Italian Sonnet Poems

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


Premium MemberSpring Peekaboo by Susan Gentry
Today, the long lost sun plays peekaboo,
prodding patches of snow to evaporate.
Green tinges on trees faintly accentuate
bare branches with a halo effect in view.
Yawning yellow...

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Categories: absence, environment, light, snow,

CONFUSED Pt1-2 by Andre Rogers
Confused


Unusually perplexed like an origami
Why is life constantly so hard for me
Turn off the sun I’ll still shine
But I can’t seem to get that in...

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Categories: confusion, world, me,



Are you the one by Russell Smith
Are you the one?

In time gone by we where as one
As my lonely heart does cry
For understanding what has changed I can only try
The days...

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Categories: confusion, forgiveness, life, heart,

When I consider by Felicity Lever
When I consider how my life is spent,
Both nights and days rolled into one, a smudge.
I wonder how my love you can begrudge,
For in my...

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Categories: angst, confusion, hope, life,

Untitled Sonnet (4) by Gabriel Rawling
To A.A.

With all my passion, love and hate,
With pain the heart can hardly bear
I can confess. But I aware
It is not, must not be too...

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Categories: allegory, confusion, depression, forgiveness,

Impasse by Tracy Decker
What force determination drives within
the seeming endlessness of weak despair;
what infinite release from wanting’s wear
on mind and heart still bowed beneath the sin?
What captivates the...

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Categories: angst, confusion, introspection,

Revert by Tracy Decker
Beneath fluorescent lights, you seem aglow
with color such a light will oft negate;
and though it causes beauty much debate,
it does, for you, most radiantly show
the...

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Categories: confusion, love, passion,