Sonnet of Love Divided

April 18, 2009
As I slept in the night’s sweet, gentle breeze,
My heart forged lies to bring my mind to peace
And you were that wind blowing through the trees,
For I wept when the gust began to cease.

I once said no sea or range could balk me,
From once again looking into your eyes.
And now I view what all blind men can see.
And hate what the happ’est man may despise.

You’ve built a range so high, a sea so deep,
For causes I could not have given you.
And I know it pains us both in our sleep,
That you said we’d not love while doves still coo.

But I recall how our love was back then,
I think of you and those winds blow again

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Bellezza_Impavida said...
May 16, 2009 at 11:27 pm
Sad and beautiful and masterful. Makes me wish I could write good poetic stuff, too. =D
RavenRayne said...
Apr. 30, 2009 at 5:03 am
Excellent job... Out of all the different aspects of poetry, sonnets in iambic pentameter were always my favorite. You did a great job, keep up the good work.
emohippie911 said...
Apr. 29, 2009 at 3:35 am
this is quite possibly the BEST poetry ive EVER read...I LOVE YOU THOMAS YOU ARE A GENIOUS!!!!
XTwistedAliceX said...
Apr. 27, 2009 at 3:17 am
What can one say to the perfect person? That is hard to say. Its hard competition between you and I but I think we cut it close, but with this one i will need to think awhile on what to say to be able to top this... ^^ I <3 u xoxoxoxoxo. keep writing ur doing great.
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