I love you more than stars of night.
Which shine their radiance with their light.
To where they sit upon the sky
To watch over you and I.
I love you more than sweet music of harps.
Which softly play with many sharps.
To where they play among the stage
So I can hear you sing all day.
I love you more than rain like showers
That pour their drops over all the flowers.
To where they fall from up above
I will see you safe and dry.
I love you more than flowers of blooming spring.
Which blossom their petals with what they bring.
To where they open their flowering sight
Of what I have seen our future is bright.
I love you more than the bright golden moon
Which only shows its beam at six to soon.
To where I will wait for you to arrive
To tell you what you’ve waited to hear.
I love you more than all my heart.
That had me beating it from the start.
To where I am now about to tell
That you are the one and I know it well.
I unlocked my heart
I placed your box
Full of love:
Placed it securely inside
Locked my heart whole again
Knowing you, my dog,
Would always be within me
98 Windows computer tower
Sits idle on floor.
Years since last use
Loved games I could play on it
Those games they don’t make anymore.
Had love for it;
As I used it for four years in college.
My first computer I owned
Now it sits gathering dust upon it top
Besides being a tabletop for Internet router.
April 12th prompt from this site http://www.napowrimo.net/
Dogs are love
Smile at you
Waving their tail.
They love unconditinally
Despite some of
Their hardships in life.
They are full of wonder
Which makes it hard
When they pass on
For they share a strong bond
With who ever has
Brought them into their home.
Note from dog: This is my attempt at my first sonnet. This was difficult for me, dog, who had to ask owner how a sonnet worked.
What gives my furry heart to start to beat
My four paws patter to your open arms
With happy grin my mouth hangs opens to greet
For now you are home; I put on my charms
Shall I cuddle close or push you away
You give me bounding love; I return same
Walks abound every day; there’s also play
Alas, wasn’t this way before you came
For I was found wandering streets alone
On cold December day you came for me
Brought me to your place; I now call my own
Have you now wrapped around my paw you see
Thou art my best friend till my final end
Saying my good-bye will be hard to send
I love dinosaurs from small to big.
I love their prehistoric look.
Their Large frames; their bony skin.
Some could have been feathery.
I love the herbivores: Ankylosaurus, Brachiosaurus,
The meater-eaters: Albertosaurus, Compsognathus,
Gallimimus, Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor.
I love reading them in books; seeing them in movies;
Dreaming about them when I was a kid.
I sometimes wish I could meet a herbivore live
To pet, to hear how they sound.
Or go back in time as by-stander just watch them
Amble or stomp along the prehistoric world.
But, I guess for now I will play with just my dinosaur toys.
Would bring joy to my heart
To soothe my aching soul
At the time you came singing
I was lost for words
On different plane than you
There was no way to match how I felt
Could I find words to win you
For your singing what brought me joy at last