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Some thoughts on Poetry

Recently, a German friend of mine posted the following on his Facebook wall: Am I the only one who doesn’t get anything out of poetry? It seems so pretentious to force meaning into something that rhymes to make it appear meaningful. … Continue reading

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Intro: Here

Originally posted on David Emeron: Sonnets:
i All your spirits are low and the tears are hot on your checks then I would do anything in my power to give you peace. ij If I could write today if I…

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Sonnet V: Redoubt

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All was given, everything was left, And every hope would swell that I redeem With nothing taken out; and when I deftly Built up my redoubt, I felt returning All that gifted, everything that…

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Sonnet IV: This I Wish

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Thou hast most welcome been and sorely missed. Dare I rejoice, thou, to these climes, returned? I hush… I quiet step… I so resist So royal thy demesnes from which I’ve learned. So timidly,…

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Sonnet I: That which Sings

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I sing to thee of winter’s rain, my sweet; I sing of hours spent and hours kept; Of all the dreams beneath this rain, we’ve slept; For all the time I’ve held thy head,…

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