Sonnet for You and On Waking

If you haven’t been introduced to Glenda and her poems, now is your chance!

Spinning the Wheels

I’ve decided on these two poems for my next post because they’re about that old, favourite haunt: love. These concern the one who has my heart and makes it live. They had to come first: they’re not the only poems that I’ve written about us, but they are the most naked. Hope you like.

I am in the process of upgrading my computer, so if you post concerning these and I don’t get back to you immediately, please know that I’ll be trying my socks off to do so just as soon as I can.

Sonnet for You

When thoughtlessly I turn to meet your eyes,
The ripest recognition floods me through,
In blind and helpless love, my old world dies,
Calling to question things I thought I knew.
The new life sucks us in, we have no choice,
No chance to mull “could this be my true love?
How…

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About Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.
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8 Responses to Sonnet for You and On Waking

  1. Thank you Lea. We have a great blogging community here supporting each other 😊 xx

  2. glendadoodle says:

    Thank you both so much for letting me become part of such a special community. When I read all your support and encouragement, it makes me feel truly blessed.xx

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