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Reyvrex Questor Reyes


Love Sonnet 137: 'Just as your face to bad weather aligned'


Just as your face to bad weather aligned,
A pouting here, a sulking there was found,
I hid until that stormy stint declined,
Until the sun, in you, beamed smiles around;
Frail reeds don't break while going with the wind,
And so are bamboo stems which dance and sway,
With the same trait, I, too, am disciplined,
To leave the maelstrom and return next day;
But good days go with the season's changing,
As Winter snuggles to the Summer's sun,
When cold hearts heat up with passion's warming,
As nature's handiwork is once more done;
........And so I come, oblivious of past woes,
........With the good and the bad, the way life goes.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
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