Love Sonnet 138: 'Of Sweet Moments We Want Remembrances'
Of sweet moments we want remembrances,
So Heaven's gifts we won't ever forget,
That despite Fate and widened distances
Between us, we remain intact, complete;
When years impart more shades upon your face,
Or else deepen the creases of your smile,
There's something to remind of your sweet grace,
And beckon towards home, mile after mile;
Worn vestiges, the signposts to the past,
They lined the highway recollection reached,
May bore until romance revives at last,
As though the veil, or Time itself, was breached;
...Distances shrink, and fortune can rewind,
...To bring to life the memories enshrined.
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