Forget About Love (Shadow Sonnet)

by Bryan   Oct 15, 2007


Forget About Love (Shadow Sonnet)

Forget About Love, wish I could forget,
Why should I have to feel this, tell me why,
Get on with my life, guess its what I get,
Try to move on, it feels like I don't try.

Hearts weren't meant to break, well tell my heart,
All I want is to be happy thats all,
Depart from this pain, but I can't depart,
Call your name, now I wish I didn't call.

Around me the walls close in, all around
Feel like nothing, nothing is what I feel
Down on my knees, my broken heart sinks down
Steal all my pain away, god please just steal

Above me the ceiling falls from above,
Love forgot me, I'll Forget About Love.

The Shadow Sonnet was created by Amera M. Anderson, may be written in any sonnet style. The Shadow takes place at the beginning and ending of each line as the words are identical or homophonic. Since all poetry was originally meant to be sung or recited out loud, homophonic words are acceptable, these are words that sound alike such as see and sea(Rules: 14 lines, 9 or 10 syllables per line.

Hardess poem yet!!!

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  • 12 years ago

    by Ingrid de Klerck

    This is a fine piece of poetry! I really loved reading every line. I will definately read more of your poems in the future.

    Best wishes,

    5/5 Ingrid

  • 12 years ago

    by darah

    I just loved this!
    Go on like this!

    Greetz,Darah

  • 12 years ago

    by Italian Stallion

    Excellent write, with such restrictions. I loved the way you wrote this. Your choice of words was good. I really liked the way it flowed, that is hard to do sometimes in formed poetry. Great Job!!!

    Peace, Joe

  • 12 years ago

    by Marc Ortiz

    Wow Bryan you're really gifted in writing Sonnets. I really love reading your sonnets. I hope to read more beautiful poems from you.

  • 12 years ago

    by Lonely Little Dreamer

    Great job..for one form poetry is sooo hard so i give you props for that..but the flow was great and so was the emotion you put into it. It was definitely felt. Keep up the great work.