Sonnet # 108

A veil of dark sheathed the azure

As incandescence shrunk back in despair

For there is a sinister for every bit of pure

Waiting in the shadows with stealth unfair


The soldier of starlight fought bravely indeed

Despite the sable that lay heavy on his soul

With courage he thought he could sow in the seed

Of warmth amidst strife, but the assault did take its toll


And so he struggled, and did so in vain

His arms a flailing but his head held high

He let go of fondness and with it the pain

Of no more getting to see his lover in pleasure sigh


Is this is the end for the purveyors of light?

Will there no longer be a day forever bright?


~ by eugenicist on December 24, 2015.

2 Responses to “Sonnet # 108”

  1. Loved the design and background!!
    Really loved each line of your poem….and I believe there will be a day brighter than ever!!

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