Fated Night – A Sonnet

Musical accompaniment by @JoseLMendeV   Many thanks to him.


Her eyes draw to the window once again

Hoping her love will soon return, longing

Her heart aches, feeling pulled from her, to him

A chasm in the midst of her, forming


Rain begins to fall, the wind comes howling

Beating at her windows, rude intruder

Her hand to her heart falls, trembling, fearing

Her mind sprints away, all peace eludes her


Her heart skips, in a pained languid stupor

A ringing shatters the waiting silence

On the line, the voice of a state trooper

Speaks softly thus – her love, lost, to violence


Thunder rolls, rains pours, tears slowly roll, fall

Her love, her life, this night she’s lost it all



yes, line 12 is 11 syllables. fuck it. send.

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