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Transfigured Night

A Sonnet

By Paul MerkleyPublished 11 months ago 1 min read
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You fire my core with drip of wild wet hair

The moon upon your body floods my eyes

You take my will and mind you are so fair

But I fear for you I'm too big a size

When bare how can you bear this big old bear?

Will you stay or say good and fast hard byes?

I burn, I'm mad, your form does strip me bare

Do fire and moon and heat tell me bald lies?

But soft you turn to me with true blue eyes

I kiss your head; you hold me by the hips

Mind fire and soul and body all do rise

I melt in you, you sear me with your lips

You take me all; I'm lost in deep sea eyes

I'm glad to be so lost, for Love is wise

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About the Creator

Paul Merkley

Co-Founder of Seniors Junction, a social enterprise working to prevent seniors isolation. Emeritus professor, U. of Ottawa. Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Founder of Tower of Sound Waves. Author of Fiction.

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  • Babs Iverson7 months ago

    Brilliant and beautiful sonnet!!! Loving it!!!

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