Sonnet 38: The Day I Fling Into The Skies But More

The day I fling into the skies but more
For some imperial causes, unto
Over-ceased sea; lightly happened sea-shore-
That a thousand laughters lease by my side
To a happy end of the day that blew
And I, who much knew of himself got ride.
Than, to love flower, sun is uprighter
For pitier causes more a shadow
And sting more than a pain unduly tear
Well, I love the season much, than to say
That I love thee, that all they seem to know
And I'll wear, happiness, may come a day;
And that fleet away by branches of love
Must come back, - but bloom thousand pretty grove.





Place: Srirampur, Nadia
08/08/2017

by Pijush Biswas

Comments (1)

And that fleet away by branches of love Must come back, - but bloom thousand pretty grove- beautiful sonnet with a nice ending, .thanks for sharing