Qualities Sandrine Bonnant After William Shakespeare Sonnet Cxiv - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
Such angelic qualities as yours
Are rare when taken one by one! the whole
No other could combine because their cause
Does nest in the uniqueness of your soul.
Rays which the spectrum span, then go beyond,
Iridesce, deflecting flattery,
No other stimulates such tender bond:
Entirely yours remains that alchemy!
Blood to the heart returns, refreshing start,
Open source whose cycle recommences,
New surge, new urge you bring, life sings fresh part!
Nature true, whose influence immense is,
At last lets mind find serendipity,
Turns brass to gold, when life is seen through thee!
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