In Truth

Another example of a quickly written, quickly published piece. I’ve started reading Hamlet, and you’ll no doubt see more attempts at using the kind of language written by one William Shakespeare. Hope you like it.

In truth,
If love be as an ocean,
To toss and throw
And in which to drown;
Then let me drown.

In truth,
If love be as the sun,
To warm and nourish
And in which to bask;
Then let me bask.

In truth,
If love be as the rain,
To feed and clean
And nurture growth;
Then let me grow.

In truth,
If love be as the wind,
To lift and refresh
And cast me away;
Then let me be so cast.

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8 Responses to In Truth

  1. Lovely. So simply and beautifully put. And a wonderful title.

  2. 1jaded1 says:

    I can see the similarities. Do you have plans to do any readings? ;0) Shakespearean language sounds best when read…

  3. fibee5 says:

    wow another great poem i’m so glad i decided to look back through your work 🙂

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