My Friends Have Become Strangers. A Sonnet
It is sad how friends can become strangers.
One misplaced word, and the Sun is
Engulfed by grey mists;
The Light by shadows.
From the dawn of millennia,
Misunderstandings, innuendos and fear,
Have caused diamond hearts to become foggy;
Brilliant minds to be enveloped in darkness.
The extinction of sweetness, now percolates
A once joyful spirit. What to do?
The radiance of the moon beckons;
The Divine Mother weeps.
She has lost a heart, wounded,
And the pain bleeds…
-Manatita, 18th February. Word-crafted Awakenings by The Lantern Carrier. ©Copyrighted.
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