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Sparkling Twilight

Poetry By: A Stranger
Poetry


Just random thoughts about the meaning of little things.


Submitted:May 11, 2007    Reads: 159    Comments: 7    Likes: 0   


Sparkling twilight, glittering sunshine

The pale glow of a full moon

Washing over a slumbering land

Songs of night, melody of day

Whispering of rain

All of these are comforts and treasures

To the alone

On an unknown road

Deep inside warm pools

Refracted twilight

Reminiscing the smile of one

That rivals sunset's fire

Only filler to the forgotten

As alone as a wolf's cry

Comfort and warmth unchilled by Jack Frost

To this stranger your smile

A radiant sunrise on

An autumn morning

Beheld sight back dropped by expression

Becoming will to go on

When seen again? No answer

But belief in destiny. Absolute

Although I am unknown to you

I thank you for it.





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