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Sonnet Italian Sonnet Poems

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

Love's Beautiful Lawn
Wild grasses of my springtime heart unmown,
unruly, unrestrained, in silence grew
as youth’s infatuation madly blew
its untamed gale where tall, green grass had grown.
Fair birds of...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: green, love, passion, romantic

Premium Member The Natural World
Even the Natural world understands. 
unto its creator, it gives great praise.
with seasonal gifts that always amaze. 
as springs sweet flowers, a vision so grand....

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Categories: faith, god, inspirational, religious,

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,

Premium Member The Grass Is Always Greener
In a symbolic melee of defiance,
Rabid amber leaves scuff the callus stoned
Noon summons the arctic wind a tad honed
December’s mist embraced forced compliance,
Thought of you...

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Categories: angst, brother,

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,

About face

I may not fit perfection's flawless mould
But don't discard me with a fleeting glance,
Look past the superficial, take a chance
Remember all that glitters is not...

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Categories: change, prejudice,

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 I Believe
Can you believe that I am not afraid
when sentiments are none but what is feared.
For Christmas presents wrapped have still appeared,
and all the debt life...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christmas, life, metaphor, spiritual,

How do I capture a fleeting moment,
If in the moment I don’t know it will slip away?
A memory that will slither out of my mind,...

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Categories: 11th grade, anxiety, memory,

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 My Dearest Friend
I came to spend some time with you today
And lift life's heavy load with hands of mine
I've been a friend so true as years entwine

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Categories: friend,

The Lord reveals His heart through Scriptures’ light
unveiling truths of great virtue and grace
midst obscurity that defies soul’s praise
Holy Ghost breathes peaceful worship delight 

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Categories: bible, christian, devotion, faith,

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 Which Door to Open
The corridors of life are rarely straight:
Not only do they bend and twist and veer,
We find the way ahead becomes unclear,
Soon blocked by doors --...

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Categories: analogy, future, life, metaphor,

Premium Member Open Me First
If wishes hung like tempting ripened fruit,
forbidden to but one the tree would share;
what turmoil would possess my thoughts to bear
when tossed in sweet decisions...

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Categories: happiness,

Premium Member Knock Knock
They hadn’t meant to do much more than peer
inside that house, but soon an hour had passed
and phantoms licked the shadows that they cast.
The corners...

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Categories: dark, horror, house, scary,

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,

Premium Member Open Me First
Beneath the tall and sparkling Christmas Tree,
are presents wrapped and stacked in neat array-
a picture-perfect holiday bouquet,
with graceful boughs outstretching equally.
Yet, here among the gifts,...

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Categories: christmas, morning,

Premium Member Come On
I am lying beneath the Christmas tree,
And am a most intriguing shape,
Beneath two layers of vermillion crepe;
I imagine you are looking at me,
Wondering to yourself...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christmas, dad, day, me,