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Romance Sestina Poems

These Romance Sestina poems are examples of Sestina poems about Romance. These are the best examples of Sestina Romance poems written by international poets.


Drunk Encounter by Alex Han
On Friday, we let loose of ourselves.

We all came out from our inner shells.

We fell down from the narrow stairs before

Because we drank way too...

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Categories: first love, love, romance,

Moonlight Colour by Joshua Dusome
Moonlight Colour

On this night, there was a girl.
She shuffles along a path of stone.
Along the trail where shadows dance,
moonlight is the only colour.
In the dark,...

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Categories: adventure, beauty, romance, ,



The Wanderer and The Wanderess by Shae Cooksey
He was a wanderer searching for a good time.
She was a wanderess searching for love. 
They both searched relentlessly and found one another,
And when they...

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Categories: break up, how i

A day's routine: in sestina by Mohan Chutani
My day starts with a cup of tea hot 
Its steam ‘n steamy headlines in papers help boil the day’s plot 
Nine to five make...

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Categories: day,

Tall Towers and Deep Wells by Noelle Devereau
TALL TOWERS AND DEEP WELLS

My love, come and feast on my two round mountains
whose perky tops are as dark as red roses,	
and that are as...

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Categories: beauty, imagination, love, romance,

Premium MemberTo Find The Girl That I'd Love Best by Mark J. Halliday
To find the girl that I’d love best (A Sestina, 19 May 2014).

I thought to set upon a quest;
One that would put me to the...

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Categories: courage, love, nostalgia, romance,

Sestina In The World Of Worm by Sam Beloved
Contemporary and vast in imagination is the girl lost in her own world.
Concealed between the paragraphs and ink typed pages of the book.
Remain cross-legged, as...

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Categories: adventure, beautiful, books, color,

Premium MemberA Changing Heart by Ruth Sabath Rosenthal
Longing for heart-quiet
in the inevitable fall
into Winter’s short days of sun
forwarding to Spring’s
longer days — a circling back
in the sameness of time.

Heart-and-mind-numbing time
with no respite....

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Categories: absence, autumn, conflict, easter,

Gift by Matthew Sample
The day’s beginning is a special gift.
Given over a life’s eternity,
One can’t help but feel the daily change.
How often we stay into the evening. ...

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Categories: confusion, dedication, devotion, faith,

The Dance by Jenni Munn
Strangers undulating with rhythmic ease 
Igniting the air with ecstasy 
While lights flash in spectacular colour 
Hot breath creates an intensity 
Of steam rising up...

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Categories: fantasy, music, mystery, passion,

Premium MemberBastard Child by Debbie Guzzi
Like a penny, lost and worthless, woman
mother, and buried within the origin pit, dark
she brought me like a Jezebel into her life of mourning
mistress of...

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Categories: angst, caregiving, childhood, death,

Sestina by Doris Culverhouse
Sestina sounds romantic like a lazy siesta with a Latin lover.
Foxy tanned skin and dreamy pools of irises.
Words can confuse and taunt the innocent and...

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Categories: sestina, angst, on writing and

Premium MemberSestina to Spain by Andrea Dietrich
Iberia, you took my breath away
with fiery gypsy spirit and romance;
with ancient Moorish history and grace;
with everything there is of you to see;
to hear and...

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Categories: me,