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Sonnet 37

George Manos
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Sonnet 37


Will these be the words the day will swoon to hear?

Or envious that to you she must compare?

And when the spring in annual array appear

Its brilliant blooms and sweetest scents less fair.


Its Spring new life can bring yet not like you

That kindles love's glow warmer than its sun

And all its landscapes, backdrops in your view

More nourished than when rain their bounds o'errun.


And sweeter than a robin’s notes that flow

More splendid than a rainbow in the sky

More fragrant than a lilac’s breath below

More sprightly than the highest clouds that fly.


A love this earth can envy or admire

That gave it birth and now, in turn, inspire.


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Monday, April 14, 2008

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