Love Sonnet 109: 'As fiery shooting stars blaze in the sky, '
As fiery shooting stars blaze in the sky,
Many must have gambled wishes right then,
And if by chance, my love, too, watches by,
Could she have wished to be with me again?
As no limit curtails what heart oft asks,
It is a fool who would desire what's less,
When great or small are all the same as tasks,
And every dream hopes for kind Fate to bless;
But will I know when shooting stars appear,
So as to say what most my heart desires?
Yet every night whenever skies are clear,
I scan the heavens for those streaking fires;
......To wish myself a kingdom, felt and seen,
......And add thereat my love to be the queen.
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