Sonnet in time

This time, love will find a way.

Sonnet in time 
Once upon a time, my love I did find.
In 1973, I kissed thee.
There a bottle washed ashore as a sign.
To live life with no regrets being me.
Seven years, I could barely recognize.
God’s cancer growing in me deep inside.
The prayers were merely a poor disguise.
My body decayed, as death took my side.
So I made an accord with death in rhyme
In a bottle, in a poem, my last kiss
To travel to my Eden’s day, in time
My heaven you had made, I tell you this:
The waves of time my fragile vessel breaks
Our love in words, at sea, death cannot take.

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