Note: in this sonnet, the word 'enlinked' in line 8 should be pronounced with three syllables, 'EN-link-ED'. This one also has a non-standard rhyming scheme.
"Upon a marriage bed"
I wonder, could it ever be that way - remarkable, fulfilling, sharing, true - exceptional and fundamental, play enmixed with pleasure, basic to pursue the pleasures of their partner, first as each explores and touches, deeper, stronger, hard and soft and smooth and straight, the key and breach that form a whole, enlinked to the starred infinity for moments as they reach a summit of their own, yet shared in gard- ens of fertility, made known by moan and gasp and quake and final flow, and shown to be appreciated and adored? I wish it could, to have my joys restored.