Sunday Sonnet!

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As float fair cirrus in the evening sky,
In harmony with jovial gliding gulls,
So moments of kind thoughts respite supply,
The end of day fatigue with calm annuls;
Too little do we hear the voice within,
Or heed what Mother Nature shows without,
Preoccupied with life’s perpetual din
Until neglected soul is spent by drought;
Then, driven by the spirit to survive,
Priorities, alas, must re-allign,
Lest suffering forever we contrive,
Constructive life to dustbin we consign;
Embrace the timely caution proffered here,
Adorn the precious soul with tender care!

©Meanderings 2016

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25 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. I like it, very good E! Great “Way of Life.” 🙂

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  2. spectacular cloud formation there!

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  3. Perfect for the way I feel this Sunday evening, tired but satisfied with my work in the garden today…thoughts to sleep on!

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  4. I need to adorn “the precious soul with tender care” more often. Today I edited while walking 8 miles in a fall preview mother nature sent over. What a glorious day! This is a wonderful poem. It’s a rally cry for the soul oppressed by corporate gloom and weekends spent chained to pcs and phones.

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  5. I love this one.Just perfect and the sky looks so summery still.. the Indian summer is a blessing.:)xxx

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  6. Amen to that. How beautiful and pertinent, a gorgeous pic as well.xxx

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