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Below is the poem entitled Nightingale which was written by poet POETESS DARKLY. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.



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Lush meadows bleed a scarlet fire,
Evening canvas enchanting to admire.
In the distance a lone somber wale.

Trees rustle with a zealous shiver,
The willows bow to tickle the river.
Comes a pleasant tune of the nightingale.

A peekaboo moon and stars grace the night,
Blinking farewell to the sun's waning light.
Magic descends to enfold a forest glade,

Peace like balm to the disquieted soul,
Relinquishing inhibition's control.
Drawn to aromatic waterfall's cascade.

Cricket echo a whimsical refrain
An offering to mother-nature's infinite reign.
Enriching the tune of the nightingale,

The warm pool beckons mischievously,
Reflections from the night greet me.
Ironically, two moons unveil.

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  1. Date: 4/29/2013 9:18:00 AM
    Don't worry you'll be remembered.