Sonnet 6- A man misunderstood:

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
part 6 of pride and prejudice transformation from perspective of Mr Darcy to Elizabeth.

Submitted: November 22, 2011

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Sonnet 6- A man misunderstood:

 

I am not what you believe me to be,

I am but a man who made the wrong choice,

I just wish that everyone  could see,

So that I could cheer, and at last rejoice.

 

I know sometimes, I can seem so very blunt,

And come across as being unrefined.

It’s hard to express my feelings up front,

But I can not remove you from my mind.

 

I hope you know that Wickham’s lies,

Are all but a horrible fabrication,

And that you and I can have such great highs,

For our bond, will never reach stagnation.

 

My emotions of love are nothing but true,

I am a man who feels passion for you.


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