Sonnets fair

Written by: James Lukas

Your reverbarating 
heartbeat silhouettes 
the love that we're in, 
your proverbial eyes 
hide the fate that 
terribly awaits, all my 
life i've wondered 
where you've been, the 
sudden sound of wings 
as birds migrate. I love 
your smile, your accent 
too, i'd be there right 
now, if you asked me 
to. Your softest touch, 
your, rosé voice. You're 
glamorous face and the 
things you do. You 
heave to kiss with lips 
so rare, your laughter a 
sound of sonnets fair, 
your hair falls down 
your shoulder bone, 
one gaze from you and 
i'd turn to stone.