Snow Italian Sonnet Poems

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


Premium MemberEarly Spring by Sian St. John
Early Spring

The tree became reborn when time was right.
At dawn it shed a bud that was blood red.
Upon the moist Spring ground, it stained and...

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Categories: flower, spring, tree,

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 MemberResurrected by Elaine George
So close to death in Winter's cold embrace
Within a frozen dream I lie below
A pristine eiderdown of  fallen snow
Where ice has formed in patterns...

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Categories: spring,

Spring Time by Alfred Berggren
How lovely lies this gentle season's face,
upon the fields and plains that fore were cold.
her sway turns winter scenes to days of gold.
Renewing life for...

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Categories: spring,

Premium MemberSpring's Promise by Angel Villanueva
Her softest kiss she offered me today,
As gentle warmth embraced my longing heart,
But winter's jealous grip pulled us apart,
When cold and icy snow the day...

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Categories: seasons, spring, winter,

Artful Stratagem by Andrew Crisci
Looking outside I feel very serene inside;
the brown-breasted drake has returned
to his nest not too happy to have found
the snow-clad bushes that stood astride ...

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Categories: absence, bird, lonely, longing,

Premium MemberSpring Rebirth by Sandra Haight
Spring Rebirth


Spring wakes from hibernation on warm days
     which March allows, near closure of her reign.
But, since she's fickle, wind and...

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Categories: spring,

Premium MemberFiddleheads on the River Walls by craig cornish



I know it's there somewhere beyond the clouds,
beyond the snow which gently floats and falls
on arborvitae's shoulders like a shawl
and covers babes of summer with...

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Categories: life,

Sakura Blossom by Franchesca Mia Tortoza
The snow gently falls down from the blue sky,
And down, towards south migrating birds go.
Strongly and harshly does the North Wind blow,
Causing stones, twigs to...

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Categories: hope, spring, winter,

Premium MemberAutumn Breezes by Daniel Turner
As autumn breezes bluster, leaves descend
Parading nature's pageantry of hues
The ceremony is the season's cue
To summon Jack Frost and his chilly friends

Jack signals for the...

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Categories: autumn, beauty, weather, winter,

Field of Forever by Tom Quigley
Snow crested range backdrop, gurgling creek allurement
At long last was the field, ours its loamy splendor
Our fertile paradise beneath stars and thunder
Within this promise, we...

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Categories: divorce, love, marriage,

Lost by Jacob Smith
I can feel it in my nose,
I can feel it in my fingers,
I can feel it in my toes,
My certain end currently lingers.
I've lost my...

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Categories: depression, farewell, nature, winter,

Premium MemberTHE SCENT OF WATER by Olive Eloisa Guillermo
THE SCENT OF WATER

Forlorn, distance roots between you and I;
Carve 'neath fire silhouettes buried grief;
Burn then blurred by irrational mischief;
Has crimson love gone pale and...

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Categories: change, inspiration, love, relationship,

Premium MemberThe grief-stricken India by Dr.Ram Mehta
The rain-god bursts in Himalaya regions
With snow-covered mountains and deep forests
There’s  Kedar temple for Hindu pilgrims
Coming to worship the god in thousands
Sanctum Sanctorum inside...

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Categories: grief,

Premium MemberWhen Winter Comes by Sara Kendrick
When winter comes there's wind, rain, bitter cold
There's white everywhere from frost, ice, and snow
Bare tree limbs are tossed by strong winds that blowww
Close to...

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Categories: life, memory,

Premium MemberDown Fall by Debbie Guzzi
Within the warmth of home, I sit amazed
at the gentle fall of snow through window pane.
Cup of tea in hand, my layered thoughts unchain,
and tumble...

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Categories: beautiful, miracle, nature,

White by Ovidiu Bocsa
It`s peace in the forest, this night…
All stars gathered in the same breath;
The frost`s wolf chatters his white teeth;      ...

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Categories: art, dream, education, faith,

Premium MemberSweet Half and Half by Andrea Dietrich
Behind my house, sweet Pretty beckons me
with leafy swaying arms, and I succumb.
I go to where she stands and hear a hum.
Examining the heart of...

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Categories: nature, sweet, sweet,

Are you the one by Russell Smith
Are you the one?

In time gone by we where as one
As my lonely heart does cry
For understanding what has changed I can only try
The days...

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Categories: confusion, forgiveness, life, heart,

Premium MemberThe Snowflake by Andrea Dietrich
Young love is pure - like snow when fallen new -
and always I’ll recall one wondrous day!
Through dawn, soft powder fell; clouds lingered grey
until mid-morning....

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Categories: romance,