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Fall and Onwards (a Shakespearean Sonnet)

Fall and Onwards (a Shakespearean Sonnet)

Posted December 31st, 2016 by Timber

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by Eden
in Ontario

December 31st, 2016

You never said what I wanted to hear

You left before we even had a chance

I guess I didn't make it very clear

We lost what could have been a great romance.


The dip and lull of what we used to share

Green eyes that wil no longer feel your grace

This presence can be felt from ev'rywhere

A single teardrop trailing down my face.


Inside I know I'm helpless and past hope

To pine for something I can't even miss

Feelings bottled up, there's no way to cope

To me it meant more, to you just a kiss.


There's nothing to do, no more to be said.

Two souls scared of love, so rather we fled.

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wow, this is amazing. tbh, i

wow, this is amazing. tbh, i haven't seen many writers on KP attempt shakespearean sonnets!! this was simple, yet well done. the last two lines really hit me in the heart .:) great job!

Posted by fuzzy on Sun, 01/01/2017 - 11:59
this is so cool! i

this is so cool! i love that you tried something new with this style, and it's beautifully written and executed. incredibly well done.

Posted by infinte darknes... on Mon, 01/02/2017 - 18:38

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