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Fear Italian Sonnet Poems

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


Premium Member a gift i give to you
the pulse of night i fear it not today
it comes to me in silent beats that fade
a claim it stakes upon a heart of staid
in...

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Categories: heart, hope, love,



Premium Member Which Door to Open
The corridors of life are rarely straight:
Not only do they bend and twist and veer,
We find the way ahead becomes unclear,
Soon blocked by doors --...

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Categories: analogy, future, life, metaphor,

Premium Member Knock Knock
They hadn’t meant to do much more than peer
inside that house, but soon an hour had passed
and phantoms licked the shadows that they cast.
The corners...

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Categories: dark, horror, house, scary,

Premium Member A Viennese Waltz
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A Viennese waltz, seamless and sublime...
We move as one, adrift on heaven's floor;
and, though my knees go weak, sky-high I soar!
Each measured stride defies a...

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Categories: dance, imagery, longing, loss,

Premium Member Unending Grace

I wonder at what lesson had been taught 
abandoning the gift I treasured most...
in every dream conceived, you held me close.
Yet, now, each tear I...

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Categories: dream, endurance, fear, heartbreak,



A Lullaby for the Drowned
Moon kisses blown by evening’s silver lips
caress the ocean's pricked up ears. They hear
a mute rage, frothy hackles raised to spear
a passing fleet of ghostly...

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Categories: death, lust, moon, night,

Premium Member Remembering Spring
A pewter mirror cracks in veins of jade,
ensconced I've been in winter's house of drear.
Aback I'm taken, palpable my fear
to see my likeness in such...

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Categories: metaphor, nature, spring,

Joy at the Dying of the Light
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,

My life is gone
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
No...

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Categories: death, depression, society, suicide,

Closed Doors
Let’s fly away from this dim, smoky place
To far off lands and over endless seas.
At last, we’ve found all our locked cages’ keys.
I ache to...

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Categories: fear, flying, longing,

Mortal Becoming Immortal
The immortal, invisible King dwells
in the light to which no man can draw near 
But by God's grace immense, He did appear 
as a man...

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Categories: bible, death, god, humanity,

Premium Member HALLOWEEN BEE IN MY BONNET SONNET
It's Halloween, that spooky time of year, 
when scary monsters prowl the streets all night. 
The costumes sometimes give us such a fright - 
our...

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Categories: anger, halloween, humorous,

Premium Member Be Not Juliet
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

Sing with Chimes
Semovedly thine voice shall have no echo to hear.
Inly there be only hollowness to see no distant.
Natheless hardy wind, thou shall be inconsistent.
Gradual flow upon...

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Categories: dedication, desire, devotion, emotions,

With wings to fly
A sparrow falls whilst singing to the stars so bright and clear,
My love for you eternal, shall not falter have no fear,
A nightingale shall sore...

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Categories: love, passion, life,