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SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE – XLI

I thank you all, who have loved me so right with your hearts entwined in mine. Thank-you each, who have remained: in her voices-view when my prison-walls appeared so tight;

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FINDING LOVES TRUTH

Inhabiting the hopeful daze of tomorrows dreams Provides the nourishment to want, the passion to change, ……………………..the willingness to love.

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#LIKE@GIVE@LIVE

I wonder what our world be If each one was to pay a fee For each comment and every like A pound for the weak and each tyke That suffers in the world today. Let the experiment begin: ………………I’ll pay! … Continue reading

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SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE – XLIII

How do I love you? Let me count how I do. I love you deeply, so highly, with a certainty, as my soul blindly extends, when with you our existence touches and we make eternity.

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MELODY

Like a knife in a fruit Causes a sliding harm, Her melodies sweet lute Splits hearts that in calm Tender harm transmute. — An iridescent slowing In arpeggios, in chords, Dives, sharp and cunning, To the weakness of hoards, Our … Continue reading

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