In this page, poems on / about “italy” are listed.
  • 1.
    Let It Enfold You

    Either peace or happiness,
    let it enfold you read more »

  • 2.
    Laughter and Tears IX

    As the Sun withdrew his rays from the garden, and the moon threw cushioned beams upon the flowers, I sat under the trees pondering upon the phenomena of the atmosphere, looking through the branches at the strewn stars which glittered like chips of silver upon a blue carpet; and I could hear from a distance the agitated murmur of the rivulet singing its way briskly into the valley.

    When the birds took shelter among the boughs, and the flowers folded their petals, and tremendous silence descended, I heard a rustle of feet though the grass. I took heed and saw a young couple approaching my arbor. The say under a tree where I could see them without being seen. read more »

  • 3.

    How agreeable it is not to be touring Italy this summer,
    wandering her cities and ascending her torrid hilltowns.
    How much better to cruise these local, familiar streets,
    fully grasping the meaning of every roadsign and billboard read more »

  • 4.
    On Being A Woman

    Why is it, when I am in Rome,
    I'd give an eye to be at home,
    But when on native earth I be,
    My soul is sick for Italy? read more »

  • 5.
    Aurora Leigh (excerpts)

    [Book 1]
    I am like,
    They tell me, my dear father. Broader brows
    Howbeit, upon a slenderer undergrowth read more »

  • 6.
    A Letter from Italy

    While you, my Lord, the rural shades admire,
    And from Britannia's public posts retire,
    Nor longer, her ungrateful sons to please,
    For their advantage sacrifice your ease; read more »

  • 7.
    What He Thought

    We were supposed to do a job in Italy
    and, full of our feeling for
    ourselves (our sense of being
    Poets from America) we went read more »

  • 8.
    The Olive Tree

    Save for a lusterless honing-stone of moon
    The sky stretches its flawless canopy
    Blue as the blue silk of the Jewish flag
    Over the valley and out to sea. read more »

  • 9.
    By The Fire-Side

    How well I know what I mean to do
    When the long dark autumn-evenings come:
    And where, my soul, is thy pleasant hue?
    With the music of all thy voices, dumb
    In life's November too! read more »

  • 10.
    Duns Scotus's Oxford

    Towery city |&| branchy between towers;
    Cuckoo-echoing, bell-swarm{`e}d, lark charm{`e}d, rook racked,
    The dapple-eared lily below thee; that country |&| town did read more »

  • 11.
    Proud Music Of The Storm

    PROUD music of the storm!
    Blast that careers so free, whistling across the prairies!
    Strong hum of forest tree-tops! Wind of the mountains! read more »

  • 12.
    Mother and Poet


    Dead ! One of them shot by the sea in the east,
    And one of them shot in the west by the sea. read more »

New Italy Poems

  1. Price of Love, Col Muhamad Khalid Khan
  2. good old British phone box, lee fones
  3. Fig Tree, Donald Seyerle
  4. The Traveling Onion, Naomi Shihab Nye
  5. Venice, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  6. They wear their boots, Harold R Hunt Sr
  7. More Steps, Greta Bellamacina
  8. The Sonnet, michael walker
  9. CATHERINA! (A little light left lost) ., ogunseyi ifeoluwapo
  10. I know a new freedom, Ruby Frankel
  11. For Want of a Great War, Ima Ryma
  12. To Italy, Radclyffe Hall
  13. North And South, Radclyffe Hall
  14. what it is to be a dictator and dream, Mark Heathcote
  15. When Will You Speak Out, Ali Podrimja, Ali Podrimja
  16. Soccer World Cup 2014, Zoila T. Flores
  17. trip advisor, lee fones
  18. Home of Contrast Beauty, Awasum Terrence
  19. Narrative Theory, Catherine Pierce
  20. Fifa World Cup 2014 - Italy versus Uruguay, john tiong chunghoo
  21. fifa world cup 2014 - Italy versus Cost.., john tiong chunghoo
  22. My Country Girl, Sadiqullah Khan
  23. Until I See, Sadiqullah Khan
  24. Let Me Live On, Anonymous British
  25. I'm From, Aliss Guthmiller
  26. I'm From, Alissa Guthmiller
  27. I Walked Where Hemingway and Faulkner Wa.., Larry B. Stell
  28. Travel (Haiku), Toshie Nohara
  29. Graih My Chree. (Love Of My Heart.), Hall Caine
  30. Daylight Saving Time Begins Today!, nimal dunuhinga
  31. West Side Story, Elia Michael
  32. Epic Fight To Save Our Home, Joseph S. Josephides
  33. He Walks, Joseph S. Josephides
  34. Old Sailor's Loosing Sad Knots, nimal dunuhinga
  35. Look!, Maor Lain
  36. Breeze and steam, Nassy Fesharaki
  37. Sweet And Red, William Reading
  38. Italia: Fruitarian Paradise, Saiom Shriver
  39. Conversation With A Cab Driver, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  40. Somewhere to Paris, Richard Blanco
  41. Music Theory For The Bored And Confused, Mark Leci
  42. Escape with me, Edwina Reizer
  43. A Gondola, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  44. Sonnet for Gandolfini, Michael Shutt
  45. On the track, brian roy skyers
  46. Portugal, oskar hansen
  47. STYLISTIC, ogunleye kayode peter
  48. Calling all Poets, Craig Anderson
  49. Punching the Moon, Tony M Walton
  50. We Are the World, Charles Monroe
  51. How High Can You Hang, Is It Poetry
  52. Lauren, jerome moore
  54. Europe in the Mirror of my Teapot, Anatoly Kudryavitsky
  55. Silent Images of Grief, Isam Hussain
  56. Mount Etna, nimal dunuhinga
  57. Prior To The Dance, Terry Collett
  58. It Feels As If This Summer Can Last Fore.., Gert Strydom
  59. Gone With The Dark One, Joseph Narusiewicz
  60. The Ability To Imagine, Robert Beksinski
  61. $500 Ethiopia, Bernard Henrie
  62. And Then Red Being The Main Theme (Revis.., Margaret Alice Second
  63. National Debt, Suchoon Mo_
  64. Granddad, Arron Fowler
  65. COUSIN MARLENA, Suzae Chevalier
  66. Icarian Tragedy, SANTANU HALDER
  67. Figures In There Somewhere (Revised), Margaret Alice Second
  68. Scotland Forever, Steven Wills
  70. Is Rome Not Your Home, GJC boyle
  71. Only Once, Joseph Narusiewicz
  72. Tom The Character, Suzae Chevalier
  73. Caesar Redivivus, Clarence Michael James Stani ..
  74. Sonnet, Luigi Alamanni
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