Sonnet Viii- A Letter From My Beloved Poem by Yash Shinde

Sonnet Viii- A Letter From My Beloved

Rating: 4.6

From the farthest of Hebrides
A letter came all way through the sea
I opened its flap, read the name
Oh its for me!

She wrote it with her seraph hands
The words revived my soul
Oh she embedded her heart for me
Hidden in the lovely verses of the scroll………………….

Sent a call for me
from lands she nested
of the lovely maiden
whose beauty she manifested.................

And I followed the scent she left behind
To discover the beauty that charmed my mind..............

Copyright © Yash Shinde 2012

Friday, October 26, 2012
Topic(s) of this poem: love
Tarrakkul the Gazzel 29 October 2012

Oh my! This is so good! Your poem is so fluently flowing, you can feel the wind on the sea rushing as the letter comes, through reading this poem! Oh it is so good!

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A refreshing river of romance! Well done my friend!

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Free Bird 28 October 2012

Awww its aswoume. love its style n the way u wrote it

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Ketan Hukare 28 October 2012

Incredibly Awesome! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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Adeline Foster 27 October 2012

Thanks for the comments, glad that you enjoyed my poems. You do have a great imagination and your themes are not overwhelming. You do recognize that a sonnet has to have 14 lines. In English poetry each line usually begins with a capital letter, also sonnets usually have ten syllables to a line, it is called pentameter. This is a lovely poem and I liked the thought that she had embedded her heart in the words of her letter. Adeline

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Chinedu Dike 25 October 2014

A heartwarming, romantic and charming letter from one so dear. A lovely piece indeed. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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Lovely poem. Its very touch. Great job. Your very good. (:

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Shahzia Batool 13 April 2014

The remarkable feature of the poem is your focus on it, as sonnet form is rightly chosen for the theme, supported by appropriate Hebrides image is much suitable more than any modern scale of distances, a letter image coming through the sea, the exclamation of excitement and's Shakespearean in composition with 3 stanzas with alternate rhyme, ending in a closed suggestion is to edit and remove the dots which apparently have no punctuation if you still want to use them then use only 3 dots...just a humble suggestion for such beautiful poetry!

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Ramesh Rai 08 April 2014

Wow! A truly deep write why not it is for the beloved. Love your ink.

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Neela Nath Das 24 March 2014

Wow! sounds like Wordsworth.Praiseworthy....

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