Yesterday’s Sonnets – A Poem

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To be so wrapped in the wool blanket of fall

And thus, not feel the air nip at October’s heel

Its warmth, swaddles ballads birthed from the quill

Like marshmallow stanzas in winter hot chocolate

Melting rhyme in the coat of arms of Plantagenets

Each sip, a toast to a soliloquy on yesterday’s sonnets.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

19 thoughts on “Yesterday’s Sonnets – A Poem

    1. It warms the heart to hear you enjoyed the poem and the stories in each line. Thanks for a very careful read, as you do so very well each time. I really appreciate your kindness. Happy day to you… in the Spring of it all. Peace🌸🌸🐦🙏😊🌈

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      1. I thoroughly enjoyed reading, beautiful vowels and consonants in words for the eyes to behold, where do they arise and how they fill a blank page, these thoughts alone blows the mind with its amazing phonetics.
        You are most welcome. Have a great Sunday 🕊

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