#74 (“May this the day of birthday true be joy. . .”)

                         May this the day of birthday true be joy

                        To you in ways that warm your mind and heart.

                        I say straight out in motive true, not coy.

                        With Cupid’s bow I send a straight, true dart.

                        I love thee mightily, my Sweet’, my mate.

                        We have a marriage made in heav’n indeed.

                        ‘Tis years ago we met and had first date.

                        In all years since ye have so made good lead.

                        I love o’r days together now in peace.

                        We have the time relax in happiness.

                        I long to hug and kiss ye without cease.

                        Come give me now a long and soulful kiss!

                                    I love thee pure and sweet, with heart so full.

                                    Your love doth make my day, enthrall, yea, rule!

9/28/2019

Author: elizabethansonnets

I have written both love and divine sonnets in the Elizabethan style for a long time. Now I am gradually adding them to a blog. Most are dedicated to my husband.

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