Inside of a church, something brown out of focus on the first plain, couple getting married on the background.

As child very little, wanted to grow
So soon so big was, there left and flew free
Saw mountains and towns, wild woods and the sea
Alone conquered the world, no fright to show

From fear unimpeded, life was to go
Had even forgotten what love can be
Until then back home, there landed to see
Love was sudden awake, how could one know

Yet there was the freedom with such broad wings
Which carried this heart so far far away
To recall the longing that distance springs

Only did not count with passion to play
Courage and loyalty, that’s what it brings
Finger sealed with a ring, the merriest day


This is the first sonnet I write in many years. It is dedicated to my beloved husband, Charles.


4 Comments

Becky Clegg · 13/03/2019 at 00:21

Gabi, I love this 😍 so beautiful and heartfelt ❤️

    Gabriele Tschá · 15/03/2019 at 21:00

    Thank you 🙂

hosein · 12/03/2019 at 21:30

Last long for ever❤

    Gabriele Tschá · 15/03/2019 at 21:00

    Thank you 🙂

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