Wow. How did this pop up again? I kind of completely forgot this existed heheIt almost feels like /I'm/ in the literary spotlight :')
can I do this.
Is this for @fortis? o:
Something really funny, is that in band class we're playing a song called Fortis.
First things first, I respect you enormously for even attempting a sonnet; I usually write one line before giving up.I like the message which is, I think, about being brave. Forgive me if I'm completely and utterly wrong. I think that it makes a nice change to reading endless love sonnets about some guy/girl someone happens to be in love with.I admit that, with some sonnets, I have absolutely no clue what in the world the poets waffling on about but, with this sonnet, what you were trying to say was quite clear.Good luck with your future poetry and keep writing sonnets. You really do seem to have a gift with words.
And I say hooray to literature made real and done with crafting artistry.You soo good man.I love this. Keep doing stuffs like this.Very sensible. This is a true creation. Very structured and a bit complex. Shoul I believe now that true artists are also in here. Thums up
horray for iambic pentameter o3ogood work by the way
IAMBIC PENTAMETER.Hai. I love you. Thank you for this.
This is very beautifully written. Sonnets are always pretty deep; is there a specific reason you write this? It's lovely and I really like the wording. You should write more of these. I'll be reading them!
Hello ancientforever!I remember you talking about this in the chatroom! I didn't know you actually did it, or that you could type that fast XD! Like many sonnets, I have almost no idea what it means, though unlike most sonnets I can make sense of about half the lines. I can't tell you which part was my favorite, they all are my favorite! I may read more.~Kelpies.
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