‘Taleen’ and ‘Strawberry’ by Lenore S. Beadsman

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A Sonnet to the Siren Taleen

Half purple hair, purple backpack, anxious

Only such as half of the moral character can stem from each way
It must be pushing towards the lipid but not so harped on such was
The terminal sage of the learning leaning was a tepid very much vice
Is the realm of such a reason founded on perhaps the listless sway
Was so much improved others were the frankly settled on for the buzz
Was maintained to hammer out the steadfast shame was no other price

Taken to hereby be the limitless songs have truculently been an arrow
For the moderate psyching can be prodded to have control over the aim
Was not imperative for her stomped upon and headless was the sure kind
To lose out on the kinder of the treated was never the movement narrow
It would be senseless to go through the routines and be muddled the same
However it was not just a piece of her that is afraid to hound a purple mind

A Sonnet to the Siren Strawberry

Lime green streaks in hair, white stockings, brilliant

Patient pushing through to the nearest furthest contained over limit
The strain of the height would make her seek the cheering kind has
Looped about the contiguous not so much the relative of the same
Kind was to predict and lambast the catchy side of the mere over it
Can chase and protect her without which the strongest harbor was
The leaking perimeters are a pseudo blissful kissing side to the flame

Was not the streaks of each strand of her hair would make the solemn
Judgment to restrain only the impediments are a rolling around stocking
Which can resist not the febrile existence was one of the only too mad
Which can be presented to the harmless arms of the reaching was a blend
Overtaking the peaceful nuisance could she have to surmise a blocking
And this would have to prey after the amused sensitive manacled fad

Lenore S. Beadsman lives in Pittsburgh, PA. She is an accountant by day.
She sincerely believes that the Truth lies in Great Literature and Great Music.
She has written three cycles of Sonnets; Witch, Goddess and Siren. A number of
these have been published online and in print. She is currently working on a cycle
of Mermaid Sonnets.

When not writing Lenore enjoys driving fast cars (a la Danica Patrick) and listening
to the music of Mozart.

Twitter: @BeadsmanS

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