Love Poetry:
Love Haiku and Tanka:
clouds and eclipses stain both moon and sun

Remember....From fairest of cretures we desire an increase,That therby beauty's rose might never die,As by the reaper should time decease only to bear a softly spoken memory,And pitty to the world that never did see, roses have thorns and silver fountains mud,clouds and eclipses stain both moon and sun.So let me confess that we too must be twain, for undevided our love is one and it is subject for thine muse to invert thine sweet words of arguments,To fight for love until time comes of death and shall weep afresh loves long-since cancelled woe, and moan for thine sweet lips shall never be forgotten and i shall forever cherish thines soul....

--I paula made this into a card, a combination of different lines from some of my favorite william shakespere sonnets for my boyfiend during valintines

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