Sonnet 1 From '200 Sonnet's Of The Soldier' - Poem by Leom Kolmnela
Two hearts from a separation broken,
lost the daylight when the night they’d woken.
The hearts with one another exchanged
sounds of lust, love, and betrayal,
outward two old bodies estranged,
reminiscent youthful springs to no avail.
The bud of heart with an ethereal voice,
by betrayal unintentionally stepped upon,
saw the spring becoming fall by choice,
felt the winter freezing senseless bodies thereon.
The senses awoken the body to revive,
but an insensible torso to life doesn't return,
and March to help February thrive,
the spring left with the winter to burn.
And so two hearts in loneliness froze,
one with betrayal, the other with love.
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