Sunday Sonnet: Lessons

I sense a little jealousy; There are lessons to be learned. Take note of all the mystery. Now all the tables turned. Make method more than madness here, And you will surely see, That life is not so very queer, After lessons with me. I teach you all you need for life; I’ll show you all the ropes. I’ll even mend your very strife, So you … Continue reading Sunday Sonnet: Lessons

Sunday Sonnet: Family

A family will stand with pride; They’ve made their final march. Fought and won and lost and cried, And broke their backs to arch. The Father lived a painful life; It’s plain here to be seen. A battle won against his wife, Rewarded peril in his dreams. The Daughter and the Son remain; Their lives have intertwined. She made herself a lot of pain, And so … Continue reading Sunday Sonnet: Family

Sunday Sonnet: Second Look

With this time spent on your pedestal, You’re delicate it seems. Have you thought it may be medical? You’ve lost your hopes and dreams. My heart is sitting woefully; My mind is racing fast. Can we wander over to the tree, That’s rooted in our past. Lets walk up to the skate park; Escape over the brook. We must only live to make our mark, Without a second look. … Continue reading Sunday Sonnet: Second Look

Cobble-brick Corner

I can’t wait any longer; I am a poorly, sickened mourner. My blood runs a little stronger, When we meet here on the corner. The paper says it’s rain tonight, Let’s get us in some beans. You pop the toast up when it’s just right, Like an afternoon machine. Lets have a brew, a natter too; And find something for us to chew. You’ll get a … Continue reading Cobble-brick Corner