Reyvrex Questor Reyes
Love Sonnet 56: 'Can I Deny That Moon Though Out Of Sight' - Poem by Reyvrex Questor Reyes
Can I deny that moon though out of sight,
Could not cease to exist in yonder skies?
When even in my dreams it shines so bright,
Stoking a lonely flame that never dies;
Can hearts resist the spell of moonlight's glow,
That veils the night with so much mystic hue,
And promises of more still there to know,
Of longings that, to lovers, would imbue?
Your love has gotten well into my blood,
And claimed my heart as its very refuge;
If memories of others be as flood,
Of yours, the matter runs to a deluge;
..... The moon seems bare, as so I was to find,
..... When viewed without the thoughts of you in mind.
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