For centuries sonnets were created by lovers for lovers. Most of the great poets, at their romantic best, wrote sonnets. Even cynics turn to sonnets when they fall in love, for these poems, which are limited to only fourteen lines, express with beauty, the feelings of a pounding heart, overlooked by dazed distant eyes, in a floating body with no gastronomic interests.
If this is the expression of love, let me live to eternity?
About the Author
Thompson Lennox’s poetic side appears to come from the quiet romantic space of his mind that is left unchallenged by the hectic multitasking life he leads. He is, when the creative juices are in motion, often seen as a quiet cerebral recluse.
Solitude brings out Thompson Lennox’s inspiration. It allows him to be a mindful onsite observer of the topics he covers. Romantic poems dominate his collection but he also finds time to reflect and write about the hard side of life, the challenges to staying alive. Lately, he has taken to writing lyrics as a way of expressing the emotion of love and human understanding.
Thompson Lennox very rarely presents his works. He much prefers to see the unexpected reaction of those who read his poems. He is convinced that as a presenting poet he would not bring the same level of interpretation to an audience of even one. The inspirational beauty of poetry is personal to the reader, hence his refusal to invade that initial experience.
If love is my life never let me see the white light. The practical romantic inspirational side of the man.
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