Sonnet 33

Sonnet 33

A Poem by Jeff Miller

My fair lady you are my destiny

You own all my heart and my soul is yours

In a sea of people, you’re all I see

To see you I’d travel to distant shores.

I would search for you through any tempest

Hark! I would never stop searching for you,

Because ‘tis you that I cannot resist,

‘Cause you are my life’s one love that is true.

But, I would do anything to bring you joy,

I could do something rather alarming,

And you could find me under your employ,

Where I’ll always work to be Prince Charming.

  Alas, I may be a foolish male

  But you make my life a fairy tale.

© 2010 Jeff Miller

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"In a sea of people, you’re all I see" what an awesome feeling your wife must have, as i'm sure you dedicate these love sonnets to none other :)! Lovely, choice of words, so eloquent... gives a vintage feel! I love the ending, so romantic all in all!

Posted 7 Years Ago

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I love the way you ended this one, very nice.

Posted 10 Years Ago

This is so beautiful and captivating.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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awe :) reading this and reviewing this reminds me of senior year when you wrote me poems that made me fall in love with you :)

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Added on July 14, 2010
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Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller

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I'm 23 years old, married to Sarah for 3 years, and have one puppy. We just had our first angel, Audrey. I love literature and music. My wife was my biggest inspiration, the reason for over 100 pieces.. more..