All English Sonnets
Oh, friends! shed your caution, get involved,
And don’t bewail (like a coward) your lot,
The problems that are tough remain unsolved,
Oh! leave them to your throbbing gutsy heart.
And scant attention pay to who on brinks
Of storms are sitting with sarcastic smirk,
But love the swimmer in the storm who sinks
Who some escapade does with courage work.
Among the swirling waters , fearsome waves,
When holy priest from drinking you forbids
In temple. Ask him like courageous braves
To name the places God where absent is.
Where you can drink in blind unending trust
And live in fullest measure, Oh! you must.