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Lost Italian Sonnet Poems

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


lost love by Franchesica Berry
love is deep 

love is cherish 

love is love 

then suddenly its gone 

my lost love is gone in the wind 

i know he is...

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Categories: age, cute love,

Premium MemberThe Burden of Perfection by Michelle Faulkner
Common wisdom states no one must take
Or receive more than can carry
Without pause or delay, a sin to tarry
For under that stay, avarice can overtake
Yet,...

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Categories: philosophy, pride,



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,

Premium MemberAsparagus by Sara Kendrick
Asparagus shoots, tender, and green~ killed
By late winter's artic blast and hoar's frost
All that intensive work, tossed aside, lost
The natural world rode in so skilled
Though...

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Categories: love,

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,

Dirty Angels Lost by Henrique Oliveira
Hear the untold song we sing at any cost,
Though the crowd may laugh and children, jeer:
Through the parting clouds, lascivious angels leer,
Till a fall from...

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Categories: angel, assonance, fantasy, heaven,

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,

Premium MemberAn immortal bubble by Probir Gupta
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,

The Bridge of Dire Necessity by Tom Quigley
Moist jungle's steaming breath assaults my face
Molasses air I struggle to inhale
Your ruddy visage slowly drains to pale
Sharp cliff, black knife wound in the verdant...

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Categories: adventure, courage,

Premium MemberPrayer For A Lonely Dove by Daniel Turner
I heard the sad song of a lonely dove
My heart grew heavy as she softly cried
Her lover gone no longer by her side
She coos a...

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Categories: feelings, lost love, prayer,

Premium MemberWhen Fantasy Overcomes Reality by Daniel Turner
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
You...

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Categories: depression, fantasy, love hurts,

Premium MemberNight Angel - Collaborating Sonnets with Lin Lane by Daniel Turner
In deep slumber madness, she comforts me
Appearing, unencumbered, from the mist
Subconscious suspension our nightly tryst
Erasing my mind of bad memories
She mends and warms my soul...

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Categories: dream, emotions, feelings,

Premium MemberHow Do I Love Thee Contest - Response by Andrea Dietrich
Here is the poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1806 - 1861

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth...

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Categories: love,

Sonnet: ''Poetic Justice'' by Ngoc Nguyen
A poet's flowing poems uplift the soul
and tell the tales of warriors small and great,
of knights and dragons, of legends they create,
of kings and lords...

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Categories: betrayal, hate, poems, poets,

Premium MemberInsidious by Ninette Carey
I feel your presence in the air  

A lingering void

Your step is your demise

Cloaked by your arrogance

Dominant illusions is the goal

 You will lose...

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Categories: deep, destiny, farewell, truth,

Premium MemberGod's Christmas Angel by Gary Bateman
God’s Christmas Angel

God’s Christmas Angel is full of His love; 
A Guardian to those lost to His light.
Restore them to God’s path of divine right,
This...

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Categories: angel, devotion, faith, god,

I Lost My Love's Ship by Arabian Poet
The news came to me as hell
On your fake ship my sails fell 
You broke my heart 
Wafted from you treason smell   ...

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Categories: courage, crush, feelings, hurt,

be my girl by Busani Zuma
Be my girl

Make me whole again. Take my love .hold my hand lets drink love
And lose ourselves into love. Girl lets for once forget about...

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Categories: allusion, beautiful, crazy, crush,

Premium MemberSanta's Favorite - Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer by Gary Bateman
Santa Claus has travel worries at the North Pole,
With terrible winter storms brewing there afoot,
He knows Christmas is so close and so he must put
His...

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Categories: allegory, appreciation, celebration, christmas,

Divine Intervention by Kim Bond
They said he would grow out of it,
All night I’d listen to his cough,
His nose dripped and wouldn’t turn off,
When it got bad, he would...

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Categories: christian, faith, family, god,