Through The Night

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: September 14, 2016

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Submitted: September 14, 2016



At the twelfth strike of midnight bell

I gently kick off and take the flight

Laying a path only destiny could tell

Among the tranquility of the night.


I hang up a bright shooting star

On every loving couple’s sky.

Maybe it can heal all the past scars

Or never let earnest wishes die


Putting on flickering lights on the plane

That soar across the horizon veil

Every soul can let go of the pain

And home no longer a longing tale.


I want to place a diamond lens

In front of the placid moonlight

A thousand rays will refract then

Every heart deserves a halo white.


Stopping by at you window sill

To clip that bit of leaves thin

So next morn as you awake will

Sunlight can always shine in.


I arrange constellations into your name

Maybe our pain will be able to cease

The sky of stardust lights aflame

We might finally feel some peace.

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