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Sonnet 349 (Most Divine)

George Manos
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Sonnet 349 (Most Divine)


Are you the one that Roses sweetly crown?

The maiden that their garden grandly make?

For one so fair their beauty must surround

So, from your splendor more that they can take.


Are you the light that rivals every sun?

The brightest star their constellations feed?

So, from your heart their radiance can run

And from this place to Heaven you can lead.


Are you the one that angels most admire?

A maiden, here, whose beauty can’t compare?

Whose love beyond their home I most desire

And where she lives then Heaven is found there.


And so, you are the one I call the most divine

And nothing more I need if you are mine.

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Thursday, February 11, 2021

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