Grave Sonnet Poems

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Details | Sonnet |
Is this then all there is now, only me
And all there is now left for me to do 
Cry ‘mercy’ to the unforgiving sea
And bury all the love I had for you
Beneath the sorry roses in the shade
Of yew trees, in the graveyard, by the wall
Let tenderness and fondest feelings fade
Until the day there is no you at all
Within my mirror, only empty sky
And tumbleweed across the arid ground
No answer to the question of my cry
Just silence; oh my love, in you I found
A heat too sweet and gentle to forget
Have mercy on me, love, don’t leave me yet

© Gail Foster 2016








 


Copyright © Gail Foster | Year Posted 2016




Details | Epic |
SONNET XX
If Purpose Be Grave

In Sorrowful but Grateful Reflection
My Lord, I’m tempted to Ask

Did You really have to Die
Did You have to bare the Cross
Did You have to take the Strokes
All that for Me, Must You?

To my thoughts You answered
That Life is about Fulfilling Purpose

But when Purpose be Grave and Fierce
Lord, do You have to Pursue?

Through this I’ve learnt and Now I’m Saved
In all, My Lord am grateful, You’re Risen
Like You, My Life I’ll Live for My Neighbour
And if Purpose be Grave, Lord I’ll still Pursue
@APRIL 2017/©M.H.O.G Unveiled

Copyright © Aina Oluwafisayomi | Year Posted 2017