To Undying Love, This I Vow

I want not to leave nor live without thou;
the days do come to I very undone.
Love is thou rose: painful yet it so beau.
Pain, none so far, is now in summer’s bloom.
Doom, to I, justifies the truth to this:
Love is joy and love is hurt- both ways pass.
But though love is doom, I know I not miss
the chronic substance of living love’s mass.
Love, shall I vow not to leave ’til I die?
Or shall myself die now to be with thou
eternally: life on the farthest side?
This, I shall not know; though, to you I’ll go.
I vow to this sonnet that I shall love
thee: until the earth shall crash from above.

This sonnet is written in April 2011.

(C) 2015 Niobe Falls

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About Niobe Falls

Hi, a wonderful day to you! To summarize what I do, I write codes and literary fiction. I write software program source codes for a living - so I am currently a software developer (link: . Yet I developed my "talent" in fiction writing on circa 2003; I was a graduating student in elementary school back then. I was fascinated by Bram Stoker's Dracula and has made me wonder if I could write like him, too, in a sense. I started by tweaking my favorite songs and transforming it to another poem/prose. Funny, that I used to have this "problem" in fiction writing that I cannot produce any written material when I am not sad. Now I can, with less effort. That's it about me. So, see you around!
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