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Feb 2015
In the desolate valley of ashes,
Where my morose rotting corpse was once laid,
Along the mortal peril and lashes,
To once cheer was present that now has fade.

I knew him within his darkest secrets,
Gallant bravery and grandiloquence;
Along women's ghastly hearts leaving frets,
Reaping none but wonder for his essence.

I yearn for your powerful connection,
Including shunning all things pernicious.
I only long for your dear affection,
For, I've loved you whilst being cautious.

You might have thought I am a deceiver,
Luring your dear heart to a false lover.
This is my very first sonnet. Supposedly, sonnets are meant to be written cheerfully with dramatic romantic aura but I can't seem to express myself into something blissful. Hope this one is nice enough. :)
Silent Sanctuary
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