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Details | Italian Sonnet |

Romanian Sonnet

Smokes as long ropes for puppets drawn by people of air;
Round about, only the sky and the perambulator star;
Compote of plums and stars in a huge glass jar;                                                   
Night with smell of bread next cheerful bakers sitting on chair;
One was promised to be fired because he wasted too much light;
A chalet covered by white diamonds like a tomb painted with blue 
From the Happy Cemetery, where with gathered funny tales grew
A new season like a white page to be written with blue from height;

Miss Winter with shinning eyes and long white gloves,       
Conducting long snow drifts and carols moving above;       
Making fate met destiny with all that they gave;    
This sun with a grey fur cap made us invisible doves                                                 
Flying towards The Milky Way singing slowly of love;     
At the other side of the soul, people live in the same cave.

Copyright © Ovidiu Bocsa | Year Posted 2013

Details | Sonnet |

Sonnet to the Christ

That the brilliance of His majestic ways
and fire that burns from His white-hot eyes
give light to space of infinite, vast size 
and shine on martyr’s endless lift and praise;
that the grace He shows them endures and stays
in them and keeps and seals their lips from lies
for hearts and minds to remain pure and wise
and give His Word divine, angelic raise;
that the millennial Kingdom's earthly time
arrives after end times' brief, labor pangs
and saves God's children from sin's filthy grime,
so they who were tempted by Satan's gangs
will live on in glory and in their prime
once Christ defangs the Serpent's deadly fangs!

Copyright © Ngoc Nguyen | Year Posted 2013

Details | Sonnet |

A Christmas Sonnet

Wild Earth--where all seems vanity and woe,
Old Earth--enmeshed in seasons of belief,
Sad Earth--where all the glory that we know
Is Man, a  half-blind Phoenix, fighting grief--

There was a time  when time  was overcome,
When down the ladder Jacob dreamed  about,
A Spirit came to find terrestrial home;
It nestled in a Child; it came without

Our clarions of pomp, without brass praise-
A Child, O Earth, a star for  inner night, 
For creatures in a dark and temporal haze,
A gift of God, perennial delight.

No doubt you trembled, Earth, so great the care
In love for Man to give and, giving, share.

Copyright © Jerrell Jones | Year Posted 2015

Details | Sonnet |

My Heart With The Lord Can't Stray -Rubaiyat Sonnet

(Rubaiyat Sonnet) My heart with the Lord can not stray Without Him I wouldn't last a day He wants to walk with me I know God is with me always all the way. Each day when eyes open heart glow Send praises to God above that's so Lord dries my tears with Him I've won From God only love and truth flows God loves no matter what we done Jesus forgives and sins are just gone God Heavenly Father I adore Hides from enemies to Him can run To God only worship and pray I know He dries all tears away. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 aka ladylove copyright@2014 December,2,2014

Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2014

Details | Sonnet |


I never thought of coming to this evil land
My father sent me though it wasn't a command
I was invisible until I turned dust
It was my father's wish thus a must
You were all uncircumcised until I arrived finally
I came to set you free
I was not unaware of the pain I would go through
They debased me because of you
I was virtually nude when they hanged me on that transit tree
My father's wish came to pass untrammeled
You whom I freed went back and stumbled
After I sacrificed my blood, you subjected me to disdain
My father sometimes feels I came to toil in vain
You hide behind the facade of my commemoration and escalate my pain

Copyright © CHRISDAD KOJO ARTHUR | Year Posted 2015

Details | Sonnet |

SONNET II: A Celebration of Life

At your arrival, Your Royal Majesties,
Screaming siren in the procession of Cars and Guards
The Passersby is amused: is this a Burial or an Inauguration?

At your arrival oh Gs of this world,
You got the ovation of Everyone but the Dead
You’ve come Celebrating the Loss of a Soul
Your Brightest Clothes, the Most Pimped Rides.

Alas, at His arrival, The King of the Universe
The Celebrities gone, the Dead Buried to Rot.
The Peaceful Presence is here, behold the Silent Procession.
The Ever Present Presence is proclaimed
The Still Small Voice is sent out
Behold; the Bereaved Soul is Consoled.
@APRIL 2012/ M.H.O.G Unveiled

Copyright © Aina Oluwafisayomi | Year Posted 2016

Details | Sonnet |



Since Childhood have I severally been told
That the Blessed Mind Knows Gratitude
Till lately, this has been more of a Mystery

That His Promises are there,
That He is good with ever enduring Mercies
That for me, He works all things for good.

The Grace that gave me all I deserved not,
And His Mercies that exempt me from Karma
That it all comes from Him

That by me, all has gone exacly as planned; No,
But; He has daily led me to the expected end
Beyond what Eyes have seen or Ears heard
The Light I’ve seen I’ll share
I’ll sing of His Faithfulness.
@DECEMBER 2016/ ©M.H.O.G Unveilings

Copyright © Aina Oluwafisayomi | Year Posted 2016

Details | Sonnet |

Sonnet 20170405 April5th

Sonnet 20170405
When ashamed of failings yet honored in men’s eyes We prod ourselves to do the right thing and repent Vices like pride and prejudice cannot surprise Us now that we have touched the Savior’s wounds, then Lent Cycles around to reinforce lessons we first Loved as children, that recall the Samaritan. Midway in our walk, we learn the last might be first! Our fate is secured, no threat of conflagration? Doubts do persecute the soul: It’s all too easy! Second birth, no death or demons, life abundant, Just by faith and belief? When tempted and queasy - Clutching to His righteousness, the New Covenant Living Waters cascade these waves (in mind and sea) When Heaven looks to judge you, It will call for Me
(c) A.Deo, 20170405

Copyright © Anil Deo | Year Posted 2017

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Sonnet XII: We Need Your Love to Move On

We Need Your Love To Move On. 

I don't know how not to be Kind, 
I don't know how not to be Gentle, 
I don't know how not to be Merciful,
Guess there's yet pretty much that I don't know. 

Along the line we see, 
That everyone wants a Gentle Voice 
Everyone wants to be shown Mercy 
Everyone wants to be shown Kindness 
That Everyone wants to be Loved. 

But when along the line we blow it; 
Scold and Rebuke Us, Please make sure You do. 
But don't let it stop there. 
We still need Your Love to Move on. 
You can yet Believe in Us. 
@August 2016 |©M.H.O.G Unveiled

Copyright © Aina Oluwafisayomi | Year Posted 2016

Details | Sonnet |



Not to be More Catholic Than the Pope
–often said but, what if
What if the Pope is not Catholic Enough?

Hello, here is the point,
That in the Race of Christianity,
No Man However so Esteemed
Esteemed and Approved by People
Is Fit Enough to be our Standard.

The only Standard is Christ
Hence, Not Pope-like, but Christ-like,
Christ-like Not Bishop or Apostle-like.
Apostle Paul said and I quote
Follow Me as I Follow Christ.
I.e. Christ is the Goal, Not Paul.
@MARCH 2017/©M.H.O.G Unveiled

Copyright © Aina Oluwafisayomi | Year Posted 2017

Details | Dramatic monologue |



You gave Me My Heart’s Desire
Long before I deem it fit to Ask
In Gratitude Lord, I breath Thy Word.

If You find Honey, Eat Just Enough,
Too much of it and You’ll purge.

He that finds a Wife finds a Good Thing,
Obtains favour of The Lord.

Those Looking for Him found Him Not,
But He is fond of them
That know Him Not nor Seek Him

Adam He put to Sleep,
Eve He gave to him; the bone of his bone

Thy Grace and mercy oh Lord
I take not for granted.
@MARCH 2017/©M.H.O.G Unveiled

Copyright © Aina Oluwafisayomi | Year Posted 2017