Dark Italian Sonnet Poems

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


Melanthara by Carolyn Dewey
A chocolate cake she didn't like to eat;
she much preferred tortilla chips with lime.
She was not picky; eating was sublime
with her; I must admit it...

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Categories: break up, character, desire,

Premium MemberSonnet For Spring by Daniel Turner
As days grow longer, melancholy creeps
An uninvited guest, which winter brings
It dims the candle my mind tightly clings
Consuming light, from darkness whence he leaps

In doldrums...

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Categories: spring,



Revenge by Henrique Oliveira
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 Long Burial by Henrique Oliveira
With a strange, strangled gasp, we gulp the cold air
Crisscrossed by bats in their mad zigzag dash
From out of this cave, out from under this...

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Categories: assonance, death, grave, life,

Out of Quicksand of Sin by Subimal Sinha-Roy
OUT OF QUICKSAND OF SIN


Face darkened in smear of murky disdain
You walked on slimy soil of cardinal sin
Life trampled by defiant footsteps within
At the road’s...

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Categories: life, sin,

Joy at the Dying of the Light by Henrique Oliveira
At close of day, my wild spirit sprints away 
From the barren lands where shriveled creatures quake
In fear that the night light might a desert...

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Categories: allegory, assonance, deep, image,

On the Edge of Darkness by Anne-Marie Coreggia
On the Edge of Darkness

Caught in the void’s magnetic grip, jagged
Thoughts hurtling abyss bound, like you I felt,
Hopelessly hanging above that enraged   ...

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Categories: conflict, self,

Immortal in Love by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders

When I ascend into immortal light,
Beloved, gather up red roses laid
upon my grave before dark skies pervade,
then toss abreast our silver stars of night.
Reflected amber...

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Categories: death, life, love, rose,

Beyond the Grid by Tom Quigley
1.

Whenever the truest edge doesn’t hold,
Another existence it does belie.
When causality is a broken line,
Unseen variable has cracked the mold.

Simple cause and effect gets in...

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Categories: imagery, metaphor, science, senses,

Premium MemberGhost Town Memories by Daniel Turner
While wand'ring ghost town scenes of memories
Loose mind like shutters bang in channeled thoughts
Old haunting spirits restless and distraught
Now roam deserted streets like tumbleweeds
Dirt devils...

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Categories: angst, memory,

Premium MemberMy Depression by Daniel Turner
Some days I see the rain clouds coming in
Then pull my head beneath this turtle shell
The world outside takes on a fetid smell
And all the...

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Categories: depression,

Premium MemberBeautiful Day Inside My Heart by Daniel Turner
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 MemberItalian Sonnet-I Fanning The Ashes of Love by Daniel Turner
How emboldened the man who speaks of love
Fanning the ashes lying cold and dark
Arousing the flesh, exciting the heart
Elusive emotion dreams are made of
Lethargic mind,...

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Categories: angst, love,

Premium MemberResponse to Sonnet 43 by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
 
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,

A Dance by Jake A.
Now I watch close the shades of red and white
Falling on windows facing each other
mixing thoughts with a far older brother
one who for far longer...

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Categories: dream,

Gracious Damsel by olusegun Arowolo
I wonder whether this is love or lust,
If rain reigns in the day or dark night,
Confused as I lay low without foresight,
My soul sails through...

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Categories: life, love,

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 MemberSufficient Unto the Day by William Masonis
Let the evils of the day suffice to themselves,
And the dark not descend to deeper depths.
Let our better angels draw their subtle breaths,
To softly sing...

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Categories: introspection, life, peace, psychological,

Premium MemberSofonisba - Young and Old by Andrea Dietrich
I’m Virgo, playing music tranquilly
in this self-portrait. The clavichord I chose.
It denotes fine education; the black clothes
I'm wearing prove I value chastity.
Dark as a shadow,...

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Categories: art, woman,

Sonnet 4 by Dalton Powell
What is a man, nay, what am I?
More than just the 350 lbs staring back at myself?
Am I nothing more than a collection of scars...

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Categories: introspection, mirror, people,