Prompt: Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor (aka Moonlight Sonata) by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Tagline: Beethoven writes a poem for his lover in the form of a sonata.
NOTE: The poem is a sonnet - 14, 10 syllable lines with rhyme scheme ABAB CDCD EFEF GG. It usually takes a turn called a "volta" around 8 or nine lines in and resolves the issue by the end.
Our love, a melody, a sprightly aire,
bright lively notes that set our spirits free.
Two hearts as one regaled in rhythmic flair,
we dance before the music gods with glee.
The lake a serenade beneath the moon
shines gentle rays upon thy comely face,
while here inside a veiled pristine lagoon
lips touch and kiss in passionate embrace.
Our courtship fails conventions of the day
and prudish gentry's law bids us to part.
Our loins afire, would that thou might stay
and still the sorrow rising in my heart.
No earthly man nor gods who reign above
shall ere dispel the music of our love. 💗