Sonnet of a Forbidden Love

May 9, 2009
By Amelia Parent BRONZE, Mont Vernon, New Hampshire
Amelia Parent BRONZE, Mont Vernon, New Hampshire
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Love crawls from forbidden bliss
over hills and through the shires.
To reach the lips of a longing kiss
to overcome someone's sweet desires.
For a while time stood completely still
hand in hand, palm to palm, walking together.
But all the same, another night we'll kill,
and all the same, it'll never last forever.
Love crawling back into the fading dark,
the time was now to finally say goodbye.
For a moment our love had a small spark,
hopefully our feelings won't turn to a lie.
And so we said goodnight to evening sky,
twas now the time my eyes started to cry.

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julian GOLD said...
on Jul. 8 2009 at 2:33 pm
julian GOLD, Eugene, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
The goal is not about living forever, the goal is about creating something that can.

Thats really nice and beautiful! You are a great poet, keep it up!! I need comments and votes on my poems. If you can could you check them out? Thanks.


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