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Sonnet 352 (Where You Stay)

George Manos
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Sonnet 352 (Where You Stay)


Why must your eyes so penetrate my soul?

Is not the sun’s own light enough to soothe it too?

But then such beauty suns can never know

And not the warmth that only comes from you.


Why do your words so stimulate my heart?

Does not the Robin’s song also make it sing?

Because your words speak happiness's part

The Robin's sweetest melody can’t bring.


Why does your kiss, too, make my senses spin?

And nothing else on earth such pleasure give?

Your lips into your heart will let me in

This world may give me life but through you live.


So, I must realize the part you play

The best that life can give is where you stay.

This article was published on:
Tuesday, March 30, 2021

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