#76 (“My Sweet, I do so long for happy days. . .”

My Sweet, I do so long for happy days

For us. Peace be to us this Christmastide!

I love you long and true; I hold your gaze

To say, “I love you true. With you, abide.”

I wish a better wife I were for you.

I take misstep and feel the guilt alway’.

I long so for nothing regret nor rue.

Say “I do love you!” This all to say.

My world is right when good between us be.

For nothing more do wish I this, this day.

My joy complete, peace abound. I need, you see.

When all is good the sun does shed its ray.

          Peace I do wish for us in time ahead.

          My chief this wish for you and me: this said.

12/25/2009

 

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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