Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare sets the tone for that time of year when the leaves turn colour and fall away. Indeed it is one of his most significant poems, a harbinger for what is to follow man in time, and a reminder to keep first things first. There is nothing under the stars quite so delightful than to experience the budding of his ideas in a will-less and receptive soul. Each word placed exactly where it ought to be, as though the Poet himself is mirroring eternity. That we might keep such a fire lit in the heart of humanity, here is my part & rendition with song & originality.
Love & light,
Wonderful performance. Sad feeling that the life is almost gone, and there is nothing I can do about that.
I hear you, perhaps it is all the more reason to contemplate that which is eternal -be it Beauty, Goodness & Truth- face to face.
True. Thinking about this often.
Really lovely. Well done