Sonnet V: Pandora's Box

Teenage sorrow alluding to Greek mythology.

To a stained key, to open, I request
A hard lock to which my heart is fettered
The memories are sweetened yet deterred
And withdrawn the permission to confess

Do with a day when water bliss flows down
Emotion springs out, glee one, sigh two
Force onto my neck, engrossed to pursue
The answer I utter yet missing sound

Bury the sin-filled hurt into forget
By iron webs spun by time's appendage
Locks up the casket which holds my message
Filled with ardent longing, lies, and regret

I bid farewell to love gone conceited
Take all with you now, hope is defeated

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