Good morning, I didn’t sleep a wink. I’ve read online articles from dusk until dawn. Yikes! So now I’ll type a few short lines before saying adiue.
Bloody tears of mine
My heart wept so much tonight
To a falling angels desperate cry
As the longest night crept heavily by
My tears bleed harder as I wearily sigh
How could anyone murder the innocence
How can this life be so filled with prejudice
That is so vexed with watching and with tears?
(A line from one of Shakespeares’ Sonnets.)
What is a sonnet poem?
A Sonnet is a poem of an expressive thought or idea made up of 14 lines, each being 10 syllables long.
Definition of sonnet
The word sonnet comes from the Italian word “sonetto” which means “little song”. A sonnet has come to be known generally as a poem containing fourteen lines of lambic pentameter. Traditionally, sonnets have been classified into groups based on the ryhme scheme. William Shakespeare wrote his sonnets to rhyme..
Lambic pentameter is a commonly used type of metrical line in traditional English poetry and verse drama.
*Note to myself. I’m spending far too much time on computer and don’t go outdoors. Said all this before so I must do some serious thinking about my future. Tomorrow I’ll visit the public library. Perhaps the sun will be shining as I walk.
Signed up with BookRix.com today.
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Cheers love until I return again to my blog, Vef ❤