Lazy Sunday CL: The Gemini Sonnets #5 and #6

Wow—hard to believe it’s the 150th edition of Lazy Sunday (that’s what “CL” means in Roman numerals).  That’s almost three years of Sunday.  Yikes!

January is a lazy month, so I’m continuing with laziness this week, featuring the two most recent poems in Son of Sonnet‘s The Gemini Sonnets series.  These may very well be the last two poems in the series.

It is fitting to reflect on these poems in January.  The month of January derives its name from the Roman god Janus, the god of doorways and entrances, and of duality.  He represents beginnings and endings, the thresholds through which we pass in life.  January marks the beginning of a new year and the end of an old one, so it makes sense it’s the first month of the year.

That duality is a central theme—naturally—of The Gemini Sonnets.  As such, January—Janus’s month—is an ideal time to reflect on these works:

Every artist as dedicated to his craft as Son deserves both recognition and support.  I would encourage you to consider a subscription to Son of Sonnet’s SubscribeStar page as a way to encourage the growth and development of an eloquent voice on our side of this long culture war.  Conservatives often complain about not holding any ground culturally; now is the time to support the culture that is being created.

You can read Son of Sonnet’s poetry on his Telegram channel, on Gab, and on Minds.

Happy Sunday!

—TPP

Other Lazy Sunday Installments:

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