(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in Love, just that, all that, nothing but that”)
NOTE: This sonnet was inspired by two films.
- The idea for the sonnet was inspired by the film, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (#10 favorite film).
- The last two lines of the sonnet, as well as the title, were inspired by the final scene in the film, THE DANISH GIRL (#4 favorite film) [see above photo for more on this inspiration]
You’re inspired by how much you want and gain.
You’re someone who owns the world, yet has lost
touch with what and who you possess; bane reign.
“You done good, kid.” But bad, too. What exhaust!
I want to talk about inspiration,
not about what I own or claim or fate.
It’s Love, I tell you, that is my nation,
my “Love has no borders,” no one to hate.
“Be gracious to me by Your Loving Kind.”
Psalm 51:One – Love inspires our soul.
God put it there, brought it down; humankind
needs it constantly, effortlessly w(hole).
I tell you this much: Love is us as wind.
We’re scarves all airborne having been God-Mend.