Category Archives: sonnet

What, is a lowly Jew to be adored!

From the other room, melodic sounds Fill the air,severe yet rightly proud For frames are needed  as our  outer bounds Within which imagination grounds. It is five times a hundred years this  very day That Luther put  objections  to the … Continue reading

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Although my ears were ringing with its rhymes

I edited  my sonnet sixty times It didn’t seem so many to my mind Although my ears were ringing with its rhymes To criticise myself seems quite unkind What seemed to be a metre was none such I could not … Continue reading

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The sunrise and the odour of men’s feet?

Will Theresa May be merrier  next year? Will Boris Johnson  super dye his hair? Will British people stop their hateful strife As Brexit has struck fear into our hearts? Why can we not enjoy the pleasures sweet The sunrise and … Continue reading

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So you are gone

So you are gone  who once declared your love For that phantasm conjured in your mind For onto me you brought down from above A torment bitter and your words unkind. Used to  friendship from within your books You did … Continue reading

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From despair, we rise to be renewed

  The grieving one who never looks outside Suffers like a prisoner in a cell Yet they have some freedom to decide To grieve, yet view our holy world as well. To turn the eyes back to the lost and … Continue reading

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As unknown as the journey to your birth

Was this the apple then, your mother’s breast Which father thought was his to oft caress? And when, in deprived rage, you bit to test In rage, he vowed to ever you harass. So then you learned that you could … Continue reading

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