Here’s my attempt at the double acrostic (in which the first letters of the sentences form a word and so do the last words):
Despite resistance, he fell for her,
Every passing moment, after all, had a reason to.
And she loved him too, choosing him over the masses,
Never away for too long, he’s her caro and she’s his cara.
I know the names aren’t Italian but that’s the best I could manage. It is a surprise how quickly the mind goes blank when looking for a specific word (in my case, it was a word ending with -a. So I made them Italian because ‘cara’ was the first word that came to mind.) I couldn’t identify an internal rhyme here this time.