Breakthrough

Breakthrough sonnet poems

As darkness looms so thick, a solid wall,
Which held the night hostage, it failed to dawn,
The heart sinks deeper, reeling from the fall
Adversity, obliges it to spawn;
The noisy accolades of past glories,
Have muted down to murmurs of regret,
No laurels on the head, just memories,
Some vestiges a few did not forget;
A hero cast aside so slovenly,
By Fate that left much pain, but little pride
To struggle on that wall, when suddenly,
A knock, then voice, heard from the other side;
…It pierced the dark to find a way,
…Set to get through, into the light of day.

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Reyvrex Questor Reyes

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♪ ♫ Well, I guess, it could be said that if my knowledge and wisdom were converted to wealth, I may humbly say, in all honesty, that I am not a millionaire. But if out of my two cents, you would agree to accept one of it, then, I could proudly say, in all modesty, that I have done charity.♥
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@Reyvrex_Reyes loneliness of a fallen idol and the much hoped for Breakthrough depicted so vividly – Amazing!

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