Sonnet for the Lovers


I'll see thee at dawn,
when the Sun kisses the sky.
Colours of the world splashing over the fawn,
as doves take flight while they cry.
I'll see thee at midday,
as the clouds hug the trees.
Mother Nature ever so gay;
life's worries at ease.
I'll see thee at dusk;
Moon and stars sing.
Inhaling thy musk,
I'll keep thee under my wing.

In dreamland we'll fly,my forbidden one.
'Til in death we greet when our light is done.

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