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Ballad Sonnet Poems | Ballad Poems About Sonnet

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Details | Ballad |

Sonnet 18 spin off

Shall I compare thee to a winter’s tale?  
Thou art more chilling and more turbulent, 
Rough winds do shake the nightshade buds so pale,
And summer’s lease hath gone too far distant. 

Copyright © mrj ltw | Year Posted 2012



Details | Ballad |

sonnet of my shinny comet

“Beauty in the comet
I may die for your beauty just as a poet
Sonnet of my shiny comet,

You shake my legs by your bright eyes
That shines like diamonds falling down your thighs
Leaving me smiling like a gambler meditating the dice,

Your skin is akin to that of a toddler
Are you really older?
Or you just grow faster?
My comet, you just look young and sober,

I guess I’ll collapse 
when I meet your soft lips
Will I even hold those romantic hips?
I just can’t draw you on my poor ribs
Because I don’t stay within the tips.”

Copyright © Kemmonye Tatlhego | Year Posted 2017