Sonnet 1 – Thy Love

Sonnet 1   Thy Love sonnet poems

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O love, thy love is very beautiful
Despite being far, it still beats in my heart
Thy memories in me are plentiful
That have held thou in me, to never part
It’s been so long since I saw thy fair face
Since I smelt of thy sweet and pleasant scent
Whilst I looked in thy eyes of charming grace
And long ago my joy, thy smile had meant
Such beauty not before my eyes had met
And thy soul pure within thine being divine
Days spent together, never I’ll forget
No matter what, thou shall always be mine
And I won’t wait till my last breath for thee
For, our love shall bring sooner, thou to me….

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