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In a heartfelt response to Todd’s last sonnet for her (FACT 16), Felicity pulls out all the stops.
Trains run on time though engines need fuel.
This lioness sad drowns out the blue rain.
But perhaps you mistake me for a fool,
inured to treachery, hot for the game.
Desirable victims dally and tease,
engender a tryst, and kiss to the death.
Our love will survive her last gasping pleas,
Play raven hoarse to her Lady Macbeth,
While here forever our fair fields will bloom.
I await your embrace, hot in the dark,
your sweet bud rose, a waft in the loom
of time; a floral scent in our theme park,
an impression of summer on your heart,
As Cynthia’s winds of winter depart.
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|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Such determination! "A floral scent in our theme park, an impression of summer in your heart", these lines conjure up so many images and feelings that those "winds of winter" immediately take us to a place in the opposite direction.
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|I agree with Jude on this one. You are certainly keeping us readers on the want to know what happens zone.
Going to read your latest post to see what is continuing to happen in this triangle...
Enjoying these episodes...
Peace, love and light,
|Reviewed by Joyce Bell
|AT THIS POINT, I AM AGREEING WHOLEHEARTEDLY WITH FELICITY; TODD NEEDS TO FINISH WHAT HE STARTED AND FOR PITY AND DECENCY'S SAKE...LEAVE CYNTHIA ALONE! CYNTHIA NEEDS TO COMPLETELY MEND AND CONTINUE TO GROW STRONG...TO KNOW THAT SHE CAN SURVIVE WITHOUT HIM. ALTHOUGH IT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE IT RIGHT NOW, TURNING HIS BACK COMPLETELY ON CYNTHIA WOULD BE A 'FAVOR' FOR ALL INVOLVED. WHAT I MEAN IS...ONE SHOULDN'T 'TOY' WITH A BROKEN VESSEL. THANKS FOR THE SHARE...I LOVE THESE!(SMILE). BLESSINGS AND FAITH...
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Wonderful way with words about passion unleashed...a happy ending!?
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Wow!!! the Power of words so
carefully chosen *Roger* To be
Unyielding and Unbreakable!!!
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Very well done, Roger. Enjoyed this piece.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|Cynthia will pursue her tryst no matter what the season ... Todd opened his heart but made too many mistakes ... enjoyed this sonnet saga ...|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Sounds to me she is one sharp lady, and is out for business . . . er . . . playtime.|