Sonnet to Silver

November 8, 2010
By Shakespril SILVER, Taguig, Other
Shakespril SILVER, Taguig, Other
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Favorite Quote:
Cogito ergo sum.

Musing out of the depths of the universe,
Thousands of shining gems adorned the sky
That let nightingales serenade with verse
Of Aeolian tongue with feathers to fly;
Up in the cradle of sweet memento
Like the spring of youthful rosebuds and dills,
Still innocent and sweet so as to grow
At the foot of majestic purple hills;
Tender as songs only at Paradise
Chanted for the dancing jewels gleaming,
On golden streams, at the wake of sunrise;
Thou'rt far beyond the beauty surpassing
For as I gaze the starlight in thy core,
Thy primeval grace sparkle evermore...

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on Jun. 6 2011 at 12:11 am
Shakespril SILVER, Taguig, Other
6 articles 0 photos 2 comments

Favorite Quote:
Cogito ergo sum.

This is really inspirational. I am very thankful for my readers. StormyxD. your interpretation is right. I intended those lines to mean a deeper understanding about one's afflatus. Keep reading! Again, I thank thee!

on Nov. 28 2010 at 6:03 pm
StormyxD SILVER, Winter Park, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
"Late at night my mind would come alive with voices and stories and friends as dear to me as any in the real world. I gave myself up to it, longing for transformation." - Jo March, Little Women

For as I gaze in thy core, thy primeval grace sparkle evermore...

this is beautiful. I don't know what that line meant to you but my interpretation is that your gazing deep, under all the layers to someones core and seeing that they are luminous and "primeval" so they're soul has endured through out their life as pure and true as when it began.

Also, you're I love the quote, "tender as songs only at Paradise."

YOU ROCK. Keep writing. :)

I understand if you don't want to say, but out of curiosity what did the last two lines mean to you?




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