Thy Hombre

Thy Hombre

Thy Ladybird heart cries an endless sound
The gleeful breath didst strike in thine throat, Thy phant I did seize with mine I behold, kisseth, pauseth, seize and crave.
Thy beauty is unaltered Thy heart beats a rampant hurtling.
And I did lie sojourn, With thy frameth beneath mine.
Thou mourneth, thou waileth, I graveth and waileth.
Thou whimp'r, thou caterwauling, I sob, whineth, and tryeth.
And this night, mine own dearest paramour, Prithee did lie still, unravish'd and pliant.
Thy lips may not standeth ho Moaning my own nameth still!

About this poem

It's about love that's constricted and stigmatic in the eyes of the society. It's a lament about lovers parting thier ways.

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Written on June 25, 2023

Submitted by aishibasu6772 on June 25, 2023

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Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 560
Words 100
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 8

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