It took them fifteen chapters, but finally Edward and Bella...what? Go read the 15th chapter and you'll know!
Summary: "There was a reason behind Edward's rebellious period – a reason that still holds true and brought him to Italy. His existence has been predicated on revenge for decades, to the point that forgiveness seems impossible. When Edward meets Bella, only a winter separates him from his last human prey and his own destruction." AU-Vampires.

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This chapter's suggestion is 
Chiare, Fresche, Dolci Acque ("Clear, Sweet, Fresh Water") by 
Francesco Petrarca (Petrarch), 1304-1374

Francesco and Laura, XV century miniature

"Clear, sweet fresh water
where she, the only one who seemed
woman to me, rested her beautiful limbs:
gentle branch where it pleased her
(with sighs, I remember it)
to make a pillar for her lovely flank:
grass and flowers which her dress
lightly covered,
as it did the angelic breast:
serene, and sacred air,
where Love pierced my heart with eyes of beauty:
listen together
to my last sad words."
(Francesco Petrarca)

Here (http://www.poetryintranslation.com/PITBR/Italian/Petrarchhome.htm) you can find more poems by Petrarch.
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