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Rose Italian Sonnet Poems

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


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 Faded Rose
He rested on the park bench every day
To watch us kids with age-old eyes and feed
The birds. He often brought us treats as well,
And filled...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, childhood, death, old,

Upon Ancient Skies

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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© Rukia B.A  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angel, appreciation, crush, cute

Premium Member An April Sonnet
I’ve gone outside to sit nearby my tree,
which bloomed this April, and on the first day!
With pen in hand (the good old-fashioned way)
I pause –...

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Categories: nature,

Mademoiselle Papillon
Flittering along with gossamer wings
She espied the lemony yellow rose
Alighting gently, her place to repose
Quietly, her thoughts vague whispery things

She’d flown from up north where...

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Categories: butterfly, life, seasons,



Premium Member SPRING UNLEASHED
Rain rushed in like a concert audience.
There’s nothing calm about Spring’s arrival.
The specter gusts regrets and survival,
Strip limbs for whips — a sore obedience.

A path...

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Categories: nature, storm, weather,

Premium Member Immortal in Love

When I ascend into immortal light,
Beloved, gather up red roses laid
upon my grave before dark skies pervade,
then toss abreast our silver stars of night.
Reflected amber...

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Categories: death, life, love, rose,

Premium Member How Do I Love Thee Contest - Response
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,

Premium Member Response to Sonnet 43
 
Response to Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 43,
 Let Me Count The Ways

A hundred years beneath the earth my love,
And still, I love thee with...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love,

From The unrequited love
I’ll be there when you succumb to my love: to gloat; to see you weep;
I’ll catch your tears on the flow,
Yes, I’ll wipe off your...

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Categories: romance,

This Human Heart
My brother is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. I still remember that day

His Human Heart

He laid red rose upon white casket
Tears were hidden behind dark...

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© Linda Barr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: brother, funeral, inspirational, loss,

Premium Member Swan Song
 A frequent visitor is Mary Anne,
 Who first did come before the bloom of rose
 As tiny bud before it fully grows.  ...

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Categories: loss, time, me, time,

THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT
So, this is the morning after the night,
That successfully proceeded the day,
That had been spent making love the right way,
Learning exactly how love is made...

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Categories: loveday, love,

Out Witted
She came upon the night, when moon was bright.
An eerie form, so seductive, you know.
Standing, in front with an amazing glow,
She said, wishes granted for...

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Categories: fantasy, imagination, life, mystery,

Premium Member I'm Here For You
“Lights out,” his mother told him tenderly
each evening when her bedtime tale was read,
and she had knelt to gently kiss his head.
What comfort given with...

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Categories: love, motherlight, light, mother,