Some Kind of Love – a Sonnet

Away and go as I have not the strength

To add more time, for it is precious now.

The dark and empty space, it has no length

No space no rules no arguments, no brow

From which it will observe and look askance

Upon a thing it welcomed in the past.

And if I hitch my hopes up to a chance,

I know you will eclipse me, take my last

And leave me lightless on your starlit path

To flounder in the slipstream of my love.

So go, get out, don’t see the aftermath

I’ve got my Leonard Cohen, that’s enough.

Although, in your defence, I have to say,

My writers block has left and gone away.

 

by Shay Ryan

 

 

 

 

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