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The Chains of Love (Shakespearian Sonnet)



The Chains of Love (Shakespearian Sonnet)
By sailboat on 12/23/2011
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At times ill words, professed in haste,
Will blur the picture's bordered edge
And crisp envisions once encased
In hope, can oft become a wedge.
The wrangle of a tongue's unrest
afflicts contentment, cold with dread.
It suckles empty from the breast,
To be fulfilled by woe instead.

But words are products of self-pride
That often dwell in prig's impart.
They won''t encumber what's inside,
Or slip the chains from loving hearts.
Embattled words do not win wars
And can't unchain my heart from yours.

By sailboat On 12/23/2011 12:58:36 PM
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