Sonnet II (Love Remembers)
There in a gasp of good bye I would cry
To know love’s mystique speaks beyond todays.
I looked in her eyes one last time in sigh
Recalling waves of our passionate days.
The drives home solemn for weeks afterward
What is her state of mind, afternoon gray.
Always would I yearn lovely, her soft word.
Where does peace begin – settle loss of way.
As life continues, charms will nostalgic
Return her to my mind, see where life lands
Taking our worlds beyond what mystique
Remained in memory, a hope demands.
Hers with child and love regains sweet release
His smile knows beautiful soul in her peace.