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Love Italian Sonnet Poems

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

Premium Member With Love I Plead
As soft eyes, reflect a desperate need.
each subtle breath, exhaled in loneliness.
tender hearts can’t endure, such weariness.
the tone of your voice, carries urgency.
from chains of...

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Categories: love, sad love,

Premium Member Heart Speak
Tho' I am but the sparrow's twining strains
The palette and the pen of whisp'ring souls
I'm sweeter, still, if dashed upon the shoals
Or bleeding from the...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, heart, life,

Two Lovers In The Glow Of A Porch Light
A man walks down the sidewalk through the mist, 
And his dark silhouette is soon erased.
As he continues to travel with haste, 
He recalls a...

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Categories: crush, identity, light, longing,

I'll Bloom, The First

Many springs came as the time’s wheel rolled by,
our hearts entwined we walked the garden trail.
Ardent fervor on cloud in blue, set sail,
not long, for...

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Categories: flower, love,

Premium Member a key
a broken heart awaits its somber fate
the hands of time have made it beat too weak
to find the pulse of love it used to seek

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Categories: fate, love, time,

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

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Categories: heart, hope, love,

Premium Member Open Me First
When I saw you my eyes were caught fore'er,
My heartbeat halted from there on to race
On marathon to win your love and grace,
The gift of...

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Categories: love,

Sonnet 58 'The Stings That Disappointment Brings Are Deep'
The stings, that disappointment brings, are deep,
When one’s believed in Love, and seen Love fail.
So often, on-track lives go off the rail,
And so, the Soul...

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Categories: betrayal, depression, joy, lost

Sonnet 57 'How Deep the Stings That Make Men Mistrust Love'
How deep the stings that make men mistrust Love,
And women fly from comforts that Love brings,
And deeper is the poison in poisoned rings
That longing hearts...

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Categories: betrayal, fantasy, hurt, lost

Cessler sernades Bisler
Like-minded and loved
It than is easy to
Except your proposal
Might those we love than
Find it appeasing and perfect
Might togetherness keep us
And might love
Make those tentions
Beyond the...

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Categories: care, feelings, future, love,

Premium Member A Bad Debt
They met by the old jarrah tree
As the sun was about to set,
A meeting they would not forget,
A future they could not foresee.

"Dearest, you must...

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Categories: betrayal, emotions, girl, lost

Premium Member next to of course progress my planet i
“next to of course progress my planet i
love you, the ocean and the environ-
ment every person whether gay or bi
or trans or black, hispanic or...

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Categories: italian sonnet, humor, irony, parody, satire,

Premium Member A Viennese Waltz

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 My Italian Quatrain
Rome Greece and China love a quatrain.
Four stanzas is how it has to be.
Stingy poets only give us three.
This one is Italian from my brain....

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

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,

Premium Member The Useless Chase

Addicted to romance, I’ve tried in vain
to resurrect the unrestrained delight
I felt so long ago one summer night -
excitement of the type no one can...

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Categories: romantic love,

Premium Member I love you but I don't know why
I love you but I don’t know why.
I love your lips which seem too thin
for a kind person, your grey-green
deceitful eyes which are too dry

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Categories: love, relationship,

Premium Member Her to Her to I
In my bedroom the three of us all high:
her, her, and I: pass methamphetamine
in circle, her to her to I, our lean
mannequin forms pressed hand...

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Categories: drug, lost love,

Premium Member Clearing the Cupboard
My only thought on love resembles this:
From such a distance I was nearly there,
I watched a couple strip each other bare.
They did a shot and...

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Categories: divorce, silly,

Upon Ancient Skies


It was love at first sight,
With smile that wins her eyes,
Like a diamond, hanging in a crystal night.

With love so sudden and so...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, crush, cute