Sunday Sonnet!

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As though in rhythmic tune with breeze they danced,
Bright faces smiling gaily as they swayed,
Recalling thought of erstwhile spring romance,
When young hearts went a-walking one fine day;
Beneath a cloudless cerulean sky,
A gentle zephyr kissed enchanting blooms,
As hand in hand young lovers walked nearby,
While whispered speech their precious time consumes;
In earnestness they solemnly avowed
Their loyalty into eternity;
Misfortune would their destiny becloud,
Fruition of their dreams was not to be.
Idyllic plans for future oft are made,
Then by reality to be betrayed!

Β©Meanderings 2018

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19 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. A beautiful and very poignant sonnet. Thank you Buska…and I do hope you are enjoying a lovely Sunday – Janet πŸ™‚ xx

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  2. Hopeful and sad at the same time. Hugs! πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

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  3. Yes, it is lovely and shows how we never know our future.No doubt in war time many people wanted to be together,hoped for it yet were denied by fatem

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  4. Beautiful. Hope you had a blessed Sunday.

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  5. If I don’t watch out you’ll have me liking poetry again… and I thought I was cured! Lovely sonnet indeed; thoughts well expressed.

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  6. Innocence of youth they say. Have it and the beauty of youth before it begins to fade into the reality and future of reality. Beautiful bloom.

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  7. May our future plans always be seasoned with realism! A poignant sonnet, Elliott.

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  8. Ahhh, how poignant! xxx

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