Sonnet 2 (On Eclipse)
As Sun lets way to lady Moon one day,
Yet night surrenders and the light prevails.
When spring as if unwelcomed just turns grey,
I take my brain and heart to put on scales.
If lies are told on daily base unbreached,
And mighty rulers claim our lives are theirs,
Shall I stand up to have them all impeached,
Or rather let life flow despite affairs?
Do elements play allies or dour foes?
Is harmony of spheres what runs it all?
Is the result what matters or the cause?
I do not know, but questions will enthrall.
Though sun gets dark, my moods will never sink.
As long as you’re with me, my strongest link.