Depression Italian Sonnet Poems
These Depression Italian Sonnet poems are examples of Italian Sonnet poems about Depression. These are the best examples of Italian Sonnet Depression poems written by international poets.
My life is gone
death, depression, society, suicide,
My life is done and no longer fun
When I'm here I have no time to spare
I have no fear and I am ready to disappear
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...
When Fantasy Overcomes Reality
depression, fantasy, love hurts,
My heart is writing on a tear soaked page
Love is vicious and life is so unfair
Truth is, the more you love the more you care
The Brine River
depression, feelings, love hurts,
I cried ouch from that old familiar pang
Swimming in the tepid river of brine
My prowess has diminished over time
Now rising is the river with the...
Waiting For Lonely Morning
depression, grief, love, sad,
You didn’t come that dreadful night
Or in the morning with the rain
Even through all my pain
You didn’t come, with all your light
You didn’t come to...
depression, farewell, nature, winter,
I can feel it in my nose,
I can feel it in my fingers,
I can feel it in my toes,
My certain end currently lingers.
I've lost my...
Riding Through the Night
age, depression, health,
Above the clouds, beyond the tree she stays.
Remaining thus, the moon is chaste for now,
Allowing not her well-worn face to show
The many scars belying better...
betrayal, depression, life,
I just found out that you are not a friend,
I try so much to show you affection,
instead you present me with dejection,
Sorrows and joy are...
THE SOUNDGARDEN: Blow Up The Outside World acrostic-Italian sonnet
Though I have fallen to the end,
Hell on earth can not break, nor kill,
Even the weak part of my will,
Since my will will not break...
A statement of truth
It is a statement made when you seek less,
Because your eyes are becoming wetter;
When you are no longer a "go getter,"
But someone who views things...
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allegory, confusion, depression, forgiveness,
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...