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Time Italian Sonnet Poems

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

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,

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 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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Categories: christmas, dad, day, me,

Premium Member A King And His Money
If the King is in debt again,
We must open the privy purse,
A profligate king is a curse,
It has been thus throughout his reign.

It puts us...

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Categories: conflict, god, london, money,

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,

Mincemeat Tarts
Me mother used to make a mince-meat tart,
Old country way, with loads of shredded meat!
Can’t say, I liked it, till the second bite!
And then, the...

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Categories: appreciation, christmas, food, joy,

One Light of Hope
One light, one day reflect into the glistening pool
As the trickle of sunbeams bloom from the sky
Mother Earth gives her smile from her watchful eye

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Categories: earth,

In Contemplation of Mortality

Each time our eyes the fading skyline draw,  		
Those hollow waters of that black-lit sea,
That worries wits with nous and bid us see,
The model...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Love's Spirit Speaks to Us
Love’s Spirit Speaks to Us

Love’s spirit speaks to us with deepest emotion, 
Giving us all that touch of God’s true love divine,
Whilst helping us find...

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Categories: allegory, devotion, emotions, god,

the proposal
You're the idea within my every rhyme
The verses that make up my sonnet
Your smile reminds me of the sunset
As she kisses the horizon every time

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Categories: proposal,

A chocolate cake she didn't like to eat;
she much preferred tortilla chips with lime.
She was not picky; eating was sublime
with her; I must admit it...

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Categories: break up, character, desire,

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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,

Spring Time
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 Member Children and dogs replenish my soul
As I spend as little time as possible with hard-headed pompous adults
Avoiding antiquated arrogant beliefs, often set in stubborn stone,
Avoiding inane conversations and minds that...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, children, dog,

Premium Member Sonnet For Spring
As days grow longer, melancholy creeps
An uninvited guest, which winter brings
It dims the candle my mind tightly clings
Consuming light, from darkness whence he leaps

In doldrums...

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Categories: spring,

Premium Member Spring Arrives
I rest in Winter's scorn for Spring to come
And watch thin sun thrust light on shadows low
I'll wait in dusk and cold until they grow

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Categories: spring,

Body or Soul
Body or Soul

Too often, when looking back, when memories grip
the mind and remind the heart of their sting
while breathing life into the days that sing

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Categories: passion,