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Love Sonnet II: Another love sonnet, which focuses on my true love's physical beauty, which is quite astonishing.
Posted by Douglas, Sep 16, 2008. 2619 views. ID = 1731

Love Sonnet II

Posted by Douglas, Sep 16, 2008. 2619 views. ID = 1731
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Again, feel free to share this with your true love. No charge. :)
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This post is Part 2 of a writing series titled Love Poems.

To all my friends I speak with great elation
Of all your bright and stunning loveliness,
Of beauty that's beyond imagination,
Of wondrous and delightful comeliness.
"Her eyes," I say, "are emeralds set in gold
That glint and twinkle lovely shades of green,
Her lips, like rubies, glorious to behold,
With perfect ivories glinting in between.
Her skin is soft, a sweet and pale complexion,
Translucently, with radiance it shines.
She is, my friends, without an imperfection,
I'm blessed to know this lovely girl is mine."
My friends, they nod, and then they all advise:
"Be grateful for such weak, myopic eyes!"

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This post has been awarded 30 stars by 7 readers.
This post is Part 2 of a writing series titled Love Poems. The next part of this series can be found here: Eternal Love (Love Sonnet III).
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Comments


Samantha
Sep 16, 2008
Brilliant, I really like this.
   ~Posted by Samantha, Sep 16, 2008



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