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by on February 6, 2020
Sonnet 346 (Your Love did Meet)
Shall I still mourn the loss my heat does know
Like days that miss the notes that birds did sing?
Or like the Spring your love in my heart grow
And keep the warmth that once to me did bring.
Shall I forget the times your beauty knew
Like that sweet rose the cold its petals shed?
Or like the sun your essence still shine through
And no day dark but bright where your love led.
Shall I go on but grateful for your love
Like summers known before the winter's cold?
For what we shared my heart will always move
Love’s summer in my life will always hold.
And, so, shall I believe my world complete?
It must be so, for here your love did meet.
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