The Suicide Sonnets
In his second book of poetry, presented here, The Suicide Sonnets, Morales combines the art of rhyme, using the sonnet in particular, with a topic very seldom discussed, and considered taboo by many. Despite the subject, the book ends on a note of hope, but to realize this, the book must be read from cover to cover.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
aches and bleeds agony Anathema beat begot better birth blind breath burn can’t carve choose curse dark dead deadly deed demise demon’s eye demons devils sing divine ebon end of day entomb eternal evil face fate fate’s fear of night feel flames flesh and bone flesh too weak Forget my name forgive foul give God’s gone grace grave hand hapless soul hate hatred hear the devils heart and soul Hell nor Heaven Hell’s I’m gone lack life’s light lips live our lives loathing mind mind’s miseries move negative emotions never One’s peace Perdition’s proper Hell purgatory right to die Satan’s save my soul scream seed seek shadows shed shiny blade song soul undone spark sting strike Suicide SonneTS sure tears There’s They’re thoughts torments toss useless venom voices void wait what’s woes worth wounds wretched soul