Sonnet # 17

I think of you whe looking back with ease
At those nights of my thoughts all over you.
Your face would tease my heart; your breath was breeze
To come to give me air, my friend, anew.
And guess, dear Grogg, what happens in my brian;
I glady thank your your eye`s no flesh desire.
If I had been you love-vision, and sure rain,
My soul`s too small for such immense tall fire.
Yes, sweet`s the smell of roses when once known!
I came to know my liking for your face,
But as to you, you`ve never to me flown.
I do think it not bad; kiss it with grace.
Perhaps it`s good I wanted you so much.
I knew of dreams that move the heart so such.

From: 
Luis A. Estable




ABOUT THE POET ~
I live in Spokane, WA. At present I am trying t get a degree from SFCC., I have been a poet for more than twenty years, and I have been published in Magazines and books of poems. Currently I have a book of poems out; the poems are sonnets, and the title of his book is, "One Hundred Sonnets, Book Three" and you can get it by going to Barnes and Noble or to Amazon.com and typing in my name or the name of the book, and you will see., Keep on writing poetry and remember that not everyone wants to be a poet or can be one. Take care of you gift., Thanks!, Luis Estable


Last updated October 17, 2014