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  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    They ask me what I do and whom I do It for. No matter? Love it, I don't care. Just chill it, Vince, I'll start a scene or two. Awaits to eat corset clichés like air A long blonde sword on yellow motorbikes, Like fascist Cory's forced beg for his ascent, Commends his chalice wi...
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    As we were in a moment's serum Along the meadows of our dreams, You whispered me of Fermat's Theorem And I to you of Roman memes. I thought along of freshness, newness, Describing those kneed-down absurds, For naught is new under what noon is: We're chained as wingèd walkless ...
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    Your eyes are in the soft moonlight, My window's blessed with gentle gaze; Though it be folly of twilight, I do delude myself in grays, For I'm thinking of you. My hand does sketch your face with care, Caressing nail on the desk, To wipe your cheek and hair I dare, All gentle fict...
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    Outside's the night and coldest universe And apathetic, grinning, cheesy disk. But we pretend it's but the two of us, To moonlight fantasies our minds we whisk. That lamppost dying dim at summer dusk Cannot be likened to the sun of day, And that tree's branches, just too brutish...
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    The night, a ruling haughty queen, A beauty in the moon's proud light, All shine like platinum pristine, A finely furrowed thorough sight, So full of sound and full of life, Too full of fight and full of strife, With trout straight jumping shore to shore, A wolf in skulk forevermore, Fr...
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    Let sunlight spring as I from bed, Brace on the world's hiding shroud. I stride through fields, atop my head A light fedora sewn of cloud. Don't get me right, I love the wrong, The moment dumb and hedonistic, Not laid out to a fated song: To win or lose it all, to risk it. Still ha...
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    So, once upon a midday bleary, As I sojourned along the rye, My mind was crossed by certain query, There when my eyes did cross the sky. The sky then had less flaw than truth, The great blue block with creamy licks Of sundae clouds, for kind uncouth Too pure, too great for man’s mere tric...
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    It is the strangest rose I bear, I bear through all my days. From bud to bloom it still is fair, And still its beauty never fades. Its bud had sprung in summer nights In tight but shapely, agile black That my heart those great delights That dance and trees now lack. And as it bloomed, it str...
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    My pen falls short upon me reaching to your eyes That light which shines, bewitching me along The path where your gaze lies. It is both moon and sun alike within the gateways to your soul I see the lamppost of some sin and the dance floor of a gym. I see a booth or two of toll and...
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    Some frogs were in the sky alight, Their hands - a wave and legs - a shade, Their ponds were branches, roots' delight And offspring, day's and night's cascade. The daily yoke drooped through the cracks Amid the webs of fingers taxed With tasks of spreading 'bout the plain ...
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    To stray away from golden locks, Return to our entropic lay, To throw some rosebuds at the clocks, Let be what is and come what may. So be the lover golden-hatted With eyes and hair all therein matted; Cry out upon a rooftop to a knell Through ether fairest, ether fell. Flow through the city...
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    When all so out of sorts does fall, And I so need to calm my nerves, My dear, upon my bed, does call, "Lie down to conjugate some...verbs!" My notebook dear is dressed in satin (For that is all I mean to say), Sometimes for Greek, sometimes for Latin, But French I ravish every day. ...
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    Her eyes I see across the room, Coquettish gaze locked down upon me, She’s odd; her swaying smiles loom: Oh, she’s a lady: sense can’t wrong me! Her lips are twitching here and there, All through the fog and boring air Clasping, clenching; the game is set: She’s won and snared me in ...
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    Oh, call me a sadist of greatest perfection, The bearer of keys to the heart’s flooding gush, But I can but melt on a belt of confection When seeing a face of such lovely in blush. I know not the cause, nor effects of this happen And care not to further discover and see… Oh, call me the st...
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    My angel flies to me tonight, A deep dark flower and a glow Down beside that red firelight And still so bright- -er do you show Oh, baby, baby, I'm awful crazy My heart will leap with every word My heart will leap with every glance Our eyes aligned in constellations yet ab...
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    Remember, dearest dear that yearns for violins, that tree, Our moments' serum 'neath the leaves? How do I pity It. And quite a bit. It's sad forever, never leaves. (Was it a birch? I cannot say: I was distracted, if I may) That jealous branch Can't join our simpl...
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    All is frost in the land, all is frost From the moss, till it’s lost all is frost Those warmer times are naught but capped In something slippery Earth is wrapped The falling people bite the dust In the dust all is lost And outtossed to the frost All is frost in the land, all is frost ...

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