Guilty Love

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a Italian sonnet I wrote about my mother and I my first attempt at a sonnet as well.

Submitted: July 02, 2008

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Guilty Love

My lust for destruction lights my only love on fire
Her eyes no life left within the gleam has vanished
Relentless my mother struggles her loves banished
This temple her loves captor ignites guilt in my spire
Regret haunts leaving anxiety and compulsion I tire
Undying her wishes to make my life better she managed
Loyally comforting her son problems instill her courage
I barrage her brain into insanity only this my true desire

This beach holds our love and the way it was
I mourn at the funeral tough to kiss us goodbye
I apologize with my mouth my head hears my lie
Paris bonds our souls forever we see that it does
Trying to cure our rusted metal we gave a nice try
My hate flows my mothers love leaves me now I die


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