Sonnet 4: An arrow through my heart

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
part 4 of pride and prejudice transformation. The sonnet is from the perspective of Elizabeth to Mr Darcy.

Submitted: November 22, 2011

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Sonnet 4: An arrow through my heart

 

You say you wish you and I shall be wed,

Say you don’t want me to your life, pass through

My wish is that you shall stay away until dead,

You have insulted me, so I hate you.

 

You expect me to have such a feeling,

You have caused hurt, more than you will ever know.

My heart will take long to start its healing,

It feels as though it’s been hit  by an arrow.

 

I never wish to be with, nor live with you,

You have with me ruined your only chance,

For there is now nothing that you can do,

Now you shall never with me, be able to dance.

 

I despise what you have done to my Jane,

For you have caused me such an immense strain.


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