⁓ How you'll know I Love You ⁓ (simple love poem)

⁓ How you'll know I Love You ⁓ (simple love poem)

A Poem by Richard
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English [Shakespearean] Sonnet Doublet

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© 2017 Richard



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Richard
Golden Finches from Wikimedia Commons.

One from the archives, but some might still enjoy it.

Constructively critical reviews are always welcomed, and appreciated. : )

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As you have Mentioned the details make all the difference. The sonnet is beautifully staged.
The sonnet itself is outstanding! Shakespeare would be proud! The message is so heart warming and it speaks of love in a way that speaks true over all generations even though it's in a style of past...the imagery is divine and I want to read it again and again to make it last!
It's one of those reads that warms the soul! Well done as always! You have a talent and ability to write in so many different styles! It's inspiring and encourages and reminds me to challenge myself. LOVE THIS ONE!
Tabby

Posted 4 Months Ago


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Richard

4 Months Ago

Tabby,
Since meeting and getting to know you more deeply, there are many things I have come t.. read more



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How gloriously you do shine in this extended sonnet dear Richard.

The immeasurable love expressed in the most finest feelings, thoughts and desires flows gently like the river and rises to give us a harmonic melody of a heart in love.

I love that the speaker builds his case on his comparison with nature. As he continually returns to the rain, and leaves, to birds, and colors, the reader get their senses full of love.

amazing work!

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

2 Years Ago

I think I might wrap myself in your enthralling review, M'Lady, and spend all afternoon shining my t.. read more
A splendid verse Richard that harks back to the great romanticist poets of the past. I have not the patience to construct such verse or the technical knowledge to do so.

Posted 2 Years Ago


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Richard

2 Years Ago

Thank you, John, for selecting this romantic little piece from my battered olde pen to read, complim.. read more
John Alexander McFadyen

2 Years Ago

No Richard your Aunt Kate is to be thanked for helping you to express so eloquently.
Quatrain three, line one; my count is off.
This is lovely, Richard. As always, beautiful rhythm, rhyme, and feeling.

Posted 2 Years Ago


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Richard

2 Years Ago

Yes, Matt, that over count was on purpose this time … one of my rare moments when I gave myself pe.. read more

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