Sunday Sonnet!

Sunset colours (WP)

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Farewell, dear friend, the best was not to be
That souls with common cause shall live as one,
The reason, now, is not for us to see
Until the running sands of Time be done;
Sharp pangs of pain grave grieving hearts pervade,
When peaks of expectation come to naught,
Temptation space of emptiness pervade,
And solace in alternatives are sought;
Let moments linger long to cogitate,
Like Nazarene bent writing in the dust,
Allowing dismal mood to dissipate,
Facilitating Hope to nourish Trust;
To part, brings past events into review,
To meet, opens the doors of vistas new!

©Meanderings 2016

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25 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. This spoke to me and beautifully so. Thank you for writing and sharing this. Hope you’re having a great Sunday. Hugs.

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  2. Great image and thoughts.

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  3. Thanks Peter! 🙂

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  4. Beautiful, as usual.

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  5. Beautiful, my friend … touching … and 😥
    Hugs and love … and hopes that you have a wonderful week ahead! ❤

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  6. Your writing is terribly refunded. I have a sense of a message about going through the process of feeling and grief and not fighting it. Elegant as always Tasha 🤗🤗

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  7. Ha ga I meant refined

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  8. Let moments linger long to cogitate,
    Like Nazarene bent writing in the dust

    This has my head in a whirl – looking over the edge into a mystery. Very shapely sonnet, Elliott, and some lovely alliteration.

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  9. Love this poem.
    x

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  10. I feel this one deeply, a lovely sonnet, Bushka…

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  11. lovely. Great thoughts… I just posted a flower, and was headed over here when your comment appeared.

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