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Sonnet 13

When true love arrrives, do not doubt or dare
The pulse of the heart as it races to
Find and wrap you, to hold and to love you… 85 more words

Poetry

More Joy of the Gospel

More Joy of the Gospel

Miss: listen closely! I shall tell you true
How Francis has delineated sin.
You venture into evil, you begin
To violate what’s right, when you renew… 89 more words

Nine

We were destined to be together,
Atleast that’s what we said,
Our love will never falter,
Hand-in-hand until we’re dead,

Through countless storms,
Through many unbroken promises, 98 more words

Sonnet 12

Pretend not to love if love has passed on
It shall tear your heart and consume your soul
Let the star explode. For the time you stole… 92 more words

Poetry

SONNET 6

SONNET 6

Then let not Winter’s ragged hand deface
In thee thy summer, ere thou be distill’d:
Make sweet some vial; treasure thou some place… 165 more words

William Shakespeare

Sonnet XX (20/01/2018)

A dozen or more of my companions,

Every one a flicker and each a ghost,

Race to the minds fore. A dozen canyons

Or more have opened up, swallowed my host, 73 more words

Poems

SONNET 5

SONNET 5

Those Hours, that with gentle work did frame
The lovely gaze where every eye doth dwell,
Will play the tyrants to the very same… 146 more words

William Shakespeare