Love Stung - Sonnet Poem by Poola Bala Venkat

Love Stung - Sonnet



Long ago when I was young

I went on a picnic during spring

A bevy of girls danced and sung

in the cool shade of trees near a spring

one of those, a beautiful rose

in brilliant hues threw a look

Twisting her waist in a beautiful pose

That stuck my heart like a hook

I searched for her in every nook

Spending all my time like a bee

Wandering by the brook

I couldn't tell my love, I agree

Oh! My juvenile fear failed me

I am now fifty a love stung bee.

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