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My Beloved Husband Knows These Things

I love thee so, my sweetest, doth I close Up my romantic soul, and lock away Its delicate embrace of thee I chose. And for your sake, my children, shall I hide Away its key; that none should see its … Continue reading

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I Stand In Awe…

Originally posted on David Emeron: Sonnets:
By any song, in night, that dost thou sing, If with thy lips shalt sing, my dearest one; Or make to sing my soul, thy touch doth bring; Or strong thine arms surroundeth, sing…

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Oh, look!! I stole the original that the sonnet below was made from…

Ok, that title made sense in my head. In the blog portion of One Sonnet Each Day, David writes about the evolution of the sonnet that I blogged about before. The first iteration of the piece was written sometime in … Continue reading

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I was on my favorite sonnet site and my comment about this beautiful piece became so long and personal it verged on literal blognapping so I brought it all back over here. It’s a wonderful sonnet. To Earth are bound … Continue reading

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