Poem: Italian Sonnet – “Twilight’s Path” #wordhighjuly #poetry #amwriting



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Scorching rays of sunlight fade into dusk,

Warm winds blowing, though thunder struck in pain.

Cooling winds embrace the hour, twilight gains.

Sunsets east, blazing pink; purple twinge, blush.

Come weary, who experience harsh gusts.

Behold your slumber waits twilight dark feigns.

Crawling, reaching, until pitch black has reign,

The problems of day they fade; copper to rust.

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Now ponder in dreams, solutions to life, 

We cannot solve every issue; we try.

Life as growing fruit, right season for ripe.

Longing for time we’re not merely alive.

A time for everything, in season right.

Judge not your troubles; twilight guides night.

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©Mandibelle16.(2016) All Rights Reserved.

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16 thoughts on “Poem: Italian Sonnet – “Twilight’s Path” #wordhighjuly #poetry #amwriting

  1. swritings July 12, 2016 / 1:00 pm

    ‘The problems of day they fade….’ lovely line! A beautiful read with sage advice! 🙂

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  2. Melinda Kucsera July 12, 2016 / 1:39 pm

    beautiful sonnet for twilight! I love that lone “twilight guides night” what a beautiful sentiment!

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    • mandibelle16 July 12, 2016 / 4:52 pm

      Thank you Melinda. I stumbled over that line, happy it worked out. Sonnets are truly beautiful, it’s no wonder they focus so much on them in English classes from JR high to university 🙂

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  3. clcouch123 July 14, 2016 / 2:35 am

    A celebration of colors in each stanza. We get the colors directly in the first, and then we’re told of dreams and life and (symbolic) fruit. All of which can be colorful, too. Wonderfully so. The advice crafted at the end is both sound and comforting. Mandi, you make dusk into a soulful feast.

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    • mandibelle16 July 14, 2016 / 4:32 am

      Very happy you like this one and that the descriptions were good. It was what I was going for. Thanks Christopher 🙂

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