Reyvrex Questor Reyes
Love Sonnet 22: 'How Soon Persephone Would Say Goodbye, ' - Poem by Reyvrex Questor Reyes
How soon Persephone would say goodbye,
And leave her mantle, white upon the ground?
My heart seeks not to know, nor reasons why,
But makes the most while she is still around;
How soon will friendly stars all disappear,
When all their glow, would I then start to miss,
How soon until Goodnights would cease to hear,
Your sighs which dignify a stolen kiss;
When dreams wither in nights that last too long,
When pale nightscapes are oft devoid of moon,
When songbirds roost unheard, wanting a song,
Till trees undress for sleep, that is how soon;
......Could Cronus modify Springtime to last?
......Though he seems just a figment of the past?
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