Sonnet XIV: Only Through Light Can I Reach You

A space-themed sonnet about unrequited love

Two sheer spheres of twilight-blue moonstones bless'd
You harvest the light which flows from starbursts
Quenching my tar-dry knowledgeable thirst
How lovely a noble stature possessed

But those radiant opals in which you see
Are clouded by the mists of your spectacles
Fogging the lone road: a hard obstacle
Which refract the waves released by me

From the high viewpoints can I only stare
At perfection no terran hands can touch
My voice can resonate only so much
Dissolving into the depths of void air

I wish to ride the swift breeze of my sight
If the only way is to become light

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