Sonnets

When I Look Into Your Eyes

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I when look into your eyes vivacious,
Behold I all the airs you did cultivate.
I mind days those you were bit flirtatious,
at times hark back to those nights intimate.

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‘Transpired what later?’ now I cogitate.
And where is your grit, charm, joy, cheerfulness?
That you deign not to call to conversate
is something that hurts, takes my happiness.

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Perhaps you’ve found a guy with craziness
who postures not to see your conjectures;
That sayings yours are often meaningless
known, all is fine is what he depictures.

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The day before this day I chanced on him.
He frowned and said, ‘Am dense, way too dim.’

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Kavita Chaturvedi
26 days ago

Awesome. Great rhythm and harmony

Deepu
Deepu
26 days ago

Some type of imagining doing characters found by me and they are working well. kidding, is ace and cool