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Freedom Italian Sonnet Poems

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


Injustice
Injustice has been nailed
To the cross
Poverty,the garbage-lines
Have to go
Suspects I pray you'll get to know
That Jesus loves you
And that He'll make your evil hearts
Brand new
Injustice...

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Categories: corruption, discrimination, faith, freedom,



Premium Member Springtime, Camped Between the Mountain Valleys
Springtime, camped between the mountain valleys.
Air filled with tickled laughter ventured through
canopy of leaves bathed a golden hue; 
labyrinth fields sun's freedom to rally.
An owl...

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Categories: mountains, nature, night, spring,

An immortal bubble
An immortal bubble it was when you
And I were on the edge of getting lost
In some intense musk of our heat and frost
As immortal moments...

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Categories: bird, dance, freedom, star,

Soupernaut
Thirsting to touch the Spirit of Ages
Rediscover that which I did misplace
A sparrow that fell out of time and space
This gilded door, travelers courageous

Glorious songs,...

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Categories: appreciation, freedom, poetry, uplifting,

NOSTALGIA MEMORIES
NOSTALGIA/MEMORIES

Ah quanta nostalgia
Ah what memories

Mentre tutto va
When everything’s going

Oltre I limiti della mia fantasia
Beyond your wildest dreams

Dove tutto e paradise se 
Where all is paradise

Giorni...

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Categories: introspection, memory, nostalgia,

FLAWED AND FLAWLESS
Flawed, like the last steps of women and men,
Walking towards trouble without a guide,
Still unable to let go of their pride,
Which has always been the...

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Categories: introspection

Premium Member Inside This Little Room
It's to the corner kids must sometimes go,
or to their room they're sent and kept alone.
Their freedom gone, they stare at walls and groan.
When time...

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Categories: on writing and words

starving
When laughter leaves, the kindness that remains
is incidental to civility,
the bland politeness, the ability
to feign that graciousness is what sustains
when underneath, the captive anger reigns
and...

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Categories: lost love