Sunday Sonnet!

F-Red Rose (WP)

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Not for the sake of cultivating praise,
Nor in pursuit of serving self-esteem,
One seeks to advocate compassion’s ways,
A more humane society to redeem.
As frozen as the snow-capped countryside,
Resplendent in the sparkling noonday sun,
The mores of life in vanities reside,
Affecting attitudes of everyone.
Would that the Sun that warms the human heart,
With embers of enduring, fulsome hope,
Regenerate our mores with a new start,
That Care shall reign in comprehensive scope.
Indifference paves the way to grave’s decline,
Compassion nurtures joy for the divine.

©Meanderings  2018

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18 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. Beautiful sonnet with a wonderful message. Love the flow of words here. Happy Sunday, Ell. Love and hugs

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  2. So very lovely and definitely gives one pause!

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  3. This is very beautiful

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  4. As an advocate of the practice of compassion, I love your poem. So fitting today, thank you!

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  5. Wonderful words Ell.

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  7. Simply Beautiful
    Strong images

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  8. A very powerful sonnet. You are a talented writer and you definitely belong in this community. Truly remarkable work.

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  9. What would we be without compassion? Beautifully written, lovely tulip image too.xxx

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