A Sonnet for Ronin

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: August 15, 2018

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Sonnet for Ronin When Plato in The Symposium wrote, one soul, four arms, alone from our like heart. In search for you, my life I will devote, the half of me so harshly torn apart. Don’t weep. Don’t cry. ‘Tis not our end or start, but continuity of when we were not halves, but whole, entirely of one part. And when in our next lives we both concur that we have found this love somewhere before, our time we will abide and live again. And when, if death does take you, mi amor. I know and pray that this is not our end. This time and next, together we grow old. Through heaven, hell, and earth, we are one soul.


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