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"The lady doth . . . " The current climate of "Time's Up", "Me too!" exposed a wrong against the vulnerable. A movement hearing voices over due. They shout with charges indisputable. Though not exclusively for women wronged. It seems that most complaints do come from there. Abusing power, mostly men belonged, they use their strength, intimidate and snare. Now many men have fallen in their shame and many more will follow in their wake. The line is drawn but not to bring one fame. A compliment can be just that, no snake. So don't mistake attraction for abuse and p
Jesus leaves a wilderness with thoughts like fires in the sun, he is a parasol that prevents the devil's tears from tearing fibres out of God's eye-patch the sun. The tears start to mingle, weeping fire,beatific bawls, blood falls from a man on a cross, a stone is rolled from a cave entrance,a sun flails against the vision of a father whose throne created for a son cannot be attained. To preempt God,Jesus whispers into a womb and the kick inside cannot be contained for him and the earth. A father's hands loom over a planet and an unborn child they are shaken by a lone Mother who prays.
Tinker posted a topic in SonnetsExplore the Craft of Writing Poetry The Sonnet Sonnet Comparison Chart English Verse The Shakespearean, English or Elizabethan Sonnet By Shakespeare's time, (his works are believed to date from 1590 through 1613), the sonnet had already been established in English poetry, thanks primarily to Wyatt, Surrey and Spenser William Shakespeare utilized and popularized the sonnet with the declamatory couplet. His popularity springboarded the sonnet to a prominent place in English literature and become the 2nd dominant sonnet form along side the Petrarchan or Italian Sonnet. The Shakespe