Sonnet Poem

The poem, "There's No Obscurity," is a Shakespearean-style sonnet and was inspired by various romantic novels that I was reading at the time. It describes a type of love only witnessed as a princess in a fairy tale, yet also portrays realistic emotions, such as doubt. In the end, the message is that the love she has for him is more real to her than any possibility of loss.

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There's No Obscurity


Published by Family Friend Poems May 2009 with permission of the Author.

As I gaze into his liquid gold eyes,
Poetry radiates from his warm soul
His lips brush mine and I soar through the skies
Passion seizes me; I loose my control

An amalgam of thoughts pierce through my mind
There is love, trust, yet I feel petrified
I know destiny; our fate's intertwined
But what if he's a dream, one I'm denied?

A thousand years I could spend with those suns
Amid his presence I've conquered all realms
I've witnessed beauty that forever stuns
And have basked beneath his forest of elms

     Then and there, I grasp truth with clarity
     He's in my arms; there's no obscurity


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