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Sonnet- VIII
 
Sonnet- VIII

How precious is the time please let me know?
Am I demanding you the way I ask?
The time is brief to be precise when dusk—
Adheres on us, then it would serve a tow.
Abundant love shall live ‘gainst undertow
Now we are both in forties still with task:
To our beloved seed shall be like flask,
As longer as we can we have to glow.

The greatest gift is here with us--'twas him,
He is the bridge of mortal long sojourn,
And you are my abode to be preserve—
Inside my heart; there's nothing to redeem.
These precious time of ours soon will adjourn,
As we have felt a rush deep in our nerves.


2019 (c) Veronica A. Gray

By amberdusk

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