To sigh deep in the interlude of time
Before my world of silence closes in,
As nightfall marks the ticks of birdsong’s chime
And let a North Star bless my world within.
The change of song brings memories’ relief
Questioning not what dreams are all about;
So chant dear sparrows and take flight with peace
And will my wings to rise without a doubt.
Then drizzles spill for moments truly felt
For graced tokens of charms are now endowed;
When solace glides as fragrant raindrops melt
To lounge on twilight’s edge , draped by its shroud.
Oh, joy so calm beneath the pewter moon
A journey trailed, where dawn will find me soon.
Your Best Poem Ever Contest of John Hamilton
Written 3/18/2016 Re-submitted 6/18/2020
Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2016
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