Sonnet  

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The term "sonnet" derives from the Provençal word "sonet" and the Italian word "sonetto," both meaning "little song."

Love poetry

amoretti, poetry, poetry of Catullus, elegiac couplet, love song, Song of Songs

Sonnets are particularly associated with love poetry, and often use a poetic diction heavily based on vivid imagery.

See also

love sonnet, Sonetti lussuriosi





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