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007: Hope eternally do I that I can no longer breathe

Hope eternally do I that I can no longer breathe,
What now remains is nothing but pain;
In my heart this short stab I now seed, 101 more words



Listen: there was never really a time,
not a time as we were maybe meant to
know, such as lovers do: those flashback times

that make us weep at funerals and keep… 79 more words


Sonnet IX

“What would you like to hear?” I said to him
And with a playful look he said “I know,”
Please write me something silly.” Light grew dim… 96 more words


Sonnet IV by William Shakespeare

Unthrifty loveliness, why dost thou spend

Upon thy self thy beauty’s legacy?

Nature’s bequest gives nothing, but doth lend,

And being frank she lends to those are free: 67 more words


In the lover's kiss

Great works of art, literature, poetry can cross generations and centuries… often… but sometimes a modern perspective casts an old work in a different light from what was intended. 325 more words


Promise Of Hope

A pure coincidence, some might say,
To be able to dream again even for just one day,
Just when I thought all hope was lost, 115 more words


006: Adore did I then the look upon your cheeks

Adore did I then the look upon your cheeks,
Remember so I that things were all good yesterday;
So I wish that it could be prolonged with weeks, 105 more words