Forevermore (A Petrarchan Sonnet)

When last I left my heart enthralled by you
I knew my care had not been placed in vain
that we would surely rise to meet again
to fill our hearts with love that only two
could solely bring heart bliss in all we do,
and of it all we two would then sustain.
Yet I to you do sing of this refrain
in afterglow as we bid fond adieu.

Remember me where peaceful waters flow
in trickle rivers as they calm cascade
to hear our plea where love sings in our core
my heart to yours in oneness I bestow
so never shall yours ever feel betrayed
and always will it love forevermore.

Copyright © 2007
Pamela A. Lamppa
(All Rights Reserved)

Poetry by Pamela A Lamppa
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Written on 2007-06-11 at 18:49

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There are moments in life when this is all we can say, and you have said it with elegance, as always your poetry rocks..loved it....JC

David Hazell
This isn't fair! I do my best to sneer at love poems, because 99% of them are crud. You are at the top of the 1% that are fine at writing them.

Amanda K
I am absolutely in love with this marvellous work.
Charming Words


John Ashleigh
A heart is not a whole, unless it is filled. Brilliant write here.

It is a pleasure to read such a well-composed sonnet!

This is beautiful and a sonnet of exceptional quality Pamela.

good work.

Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
this is a beautiful flowing sonnet. You are very talented. :)

Rob Graber
Beautiful sonnet. The lines 8-9 transition is especially fine I think...