Sonnet - Foreman

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
An attempt of a Petrarchan sonnet

Submitted: August 18, 2012

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Sonnet

 

 

Faustus, my friend, I ask for a wish:
Teach me to summon the demons of hell,
To chant the chant of your unholy spell
So that I may enjoy a lifetime of bliss.
Bring me the fires of demons most fiendish,
Come in, come in, come in, now quench the quell
I feel in my heart when I think of my Belle.
Oh! I wish, I wish, for only a kiss.
Ah - Mephistopheles, my soul is yours;
For twenty four years is worth my forever.
Yes, oh demon, take my all without pause
May my beating heart end it's endeavor. 
Thank you, Faustus, for your concerns and thoughts,
But this is my choice. We must be together.


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