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Tag: sonnets

Belated Saturday Special from the Vaults: Sonnet Sonnet

Delayed once more by festive cheer, I make my first post of the year! *** How serious are you, my poet friend, About the craft to which your heart aspires? Do your words borrow pain, and seek to lend Unto the world the vision it requires? Do you object to light verse as a waste …

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On Shovelling (a winter sonnet)

With apologies to Milton. When I consider how my morns are spent, Or half my days, in this world, dark and wide, With that snow shovel, frozen to my hide, That seems so useless, though its blade is bent To scrape so well the sidewalk, and present The bare concrete (lest postman, coming, chide, “I …

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