Lorenzo Costigliolo

Rookie (Western Hemisphere)

Lorenzo Costigliolo Poems

41. The Eagle, The Rattler, And The Hare 10/22/2009
42. Response To Excuse 2 (Have To Work Late) 10/22/2009
43. One Step At A Time 10/25/2009
44. To My Beloved Stranger 10/24/2009
45. Stark Reality 10/22/2009
46. ! ! ! The Banquet (Sonnet 89) 11/1/2009
47. Tonight, Without You 10/25/2009
48. The Change 10/25/2009
49. The Trophy Wife 10/25/2009
50. Ode To The Tower Of Pizza 10/23/2009
51. Another Point Of View 10/24/2009
52. The Seduction (A Sonnet On Frustration Personified) 10/22/2009
53. Metamorphoses: The One And The Other 10/22/2009
54. The Sounds Of Silence: Words On Deaf Ears 10/22/2009
55. By The Bedside, Weeping 10/24/2009
56. From The Bottom Of My Heart 10/26/2009
57. Not All Equalities Are Equal 10/27/2009
58. ! ! Changing Places (Sonnet 76) 10/31/2009
59. A Question To Debate: Did I Or Didn’t I? 10/26/2009
60. An Absolutely Perfect Presence 10/24/2009
61. Response To Excuse 4 (We Need Time Apart) 10/22/2009
62. Eden 10/24/2009
63. Strangers In Love 10/22/2009
64. ! ! One Knight's Offering (Sonnet 58) 11/1/2009
65. ! ! ! The Chased Virgin (Spenserian Sonnet 2 Sonnet 70) 11/1/2009
66. ! ! To The Spring (Sonnet 73) 11/1/2009
67. ! ! ! Purple Lake 10/26/2009
68. ! ! Awareness (Sonnet 38) 10/31/2009
69. ! ! Love Sight Unseen (Sonnet 33) 10/31/2009
70. ! ! A Reverie (Sonnet 55) 11/1/2009
71. ! These Eyes Are Watching You 10/30/2009
72. ! ! ! ! In Memoriam (Sonnet 87) 11/1/2009
73. A Perfect Pair 10/23/2009
74. ! ! Look Back With Ancient Eyes (Sonnet 6) 10/31/2009
75. ! ! The Oak (Sonnet 12) 10/31/2009
76. A Guardian – The Thorn 10/23/2009
77. A Message To My New-Found Friend, Continued... 10/25/2009
Best Poem of Lorenzo Costigliolo

A Message To My New-Found Friend, Continued...

, , , and I love you
for what I don’t see of you
your voice through written word
though not a syllable spoken, heard
by none, yet sweet as bird
song ringing through dark silent night
lark of morning singing light
refrains of love songs, sterling bright
as your hidden eyes delight,
your empty lips, like mine,
all too alone
in verse;

and I love you
for what you see in me
that those with eyes refused to see
I standing here before them still, , ,
they turned away because I do not fit
their fantastic images
of all that they pretended ...

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Ode To A Dandelion

Chameleon on green rustic fields ye lie
unplanted rosette by young hands that pluck
away thy priestly crown, from orient grown,
gold tiara gracing thy perennial brow.

Ye bear no mane as dandy lion might
though name thou hold, ye lion’s tooth,
yet semblance lieth not in all thy form,
but in the leafy floral dress forsooth.

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