Wednesday, June 21, 2017

JH Sayyar's Sonnets

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When I think about you in dark and dreary night,
Tears float on my cheeks, shine in my red eyes,
Your love consoles me, your being is my plight,
When I recall you hearts weeps with silent sighs,
Sometimes I see your face smiling in my dream,
Turning from me face away, what can I say you,
But your burbling moping cry all day I do seem,
Doubt witch sitting in the heart forgetting the vow,
Making a new oath with my foe, O My Rose,
Your false vow canker dwells, in your poor heart,
Making love pleasures sad, your parrot eye shows,
Red cheeks, silky hair, but your love for me tart,

When I sleep, tears at night fall on my soft pillow,
My cheeks swim in tear-ocean as the swan in billow