Sonnet 1- I love you so:

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
first poem of pride and prejudice transformation

Submitted: November 22, 2011

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Submitted: November 22, 2011



Sonnet 1- I love you so:

I love you so despite what I have claimed.

You are not satisfactory but graceful,

I now realise that and feel so shamed,

And am angry for I was disgraceful.

The delicacy of your amazing eyes,

I am unable to erase from my mind.

It hurts me you believe the vicious lies,

As I believe our lives must be entwined.

I am not the harsh man stood before you,

But a man who has been misunderstood.

And I come to you, to my act undo,

As I know I can be more than good.

My wish is that you and I shall be wed,

Until the day we both leave this world dead.

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