Sonnet 20



Sonnet 20

How fair thy face and how fair too thy soul,
How fair thy heart that with such passion brims,
How tough thy mind, how beauteous thy whole
How glorious the form in which thy essence swims,
How sharp thy mind, that cuts as does a knife,
How keen thy wit, that no-one else can get,
How strong thy spirit, bursting full of life,
How truly powerful thy soul, and yet
How vulnerable art thee, how sweet and soft,
How much thee needs to feel thy Love returned,
How giving thou art of thee and yet how oft
Thee fears thy heart will once again be burned,
But now You have the man who loves You true,
Who Loves each complex facet that makes You.


Sonnet by Martin G. King
Image sourced on Google Images


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