sonnet 17 (the Epilogue)

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just a poem for appreciation of changes......

Submitted: September 01, 2012

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Sonnet 17( the Epilogue)

Keeping all old verse of the first poem

Laid on a lady of quiteness sworn,

And she like a flower from buds to bloom

Reveals another form on timely shown.

It's the quiteness speaks language of her

So serene of unechoed song of song,

And part of beauty which poems may cover

Rhyme turns to rhythm as change grews along.

Oh, from out of the recent sun, I see

More of nothing, the way she stands before .

Each lovely scent of change gives new way

Recounts on repose---- frankness she explore.

And all these Change might please or disown her

.....Still poet's eyes would praise the life she bear.


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