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Brother Sonnet

Poetry By: dibbledabble
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In loving memory of Brian 1962-1976


Submitted:Feb 10, 2013    Reads: 200    Comments: 24    Likes: 7   


Brother Sonnet

Like a stone thou lay'th in thy heart, heavily

Living in the shadow of thy mind's eye

Immovable, thou weighted memory

My sad recall thee refute and belie

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Thou art as a jewel filled river bed

The dappled sunlight magnifies thou's worth

Though fleeting is the sun, I have not dread

Thou's place in sweet memory doth preserve

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But, thou too elicit volcanic thoughts

A rage o' fire and brimstone buried deep;

And my despairs crushing mass, thee contorts.

Though thine eyes doth seep, brother, thou's gemstone I reap

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For thy tear, is a diamond of thee;

And thus, forever precious thou shall be

Dibs





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