Reflection In The Evening Sky
Author: Pamela O'Brien
A night cloud
Shadows the burnt orange moon
It's crisp edges
Disguising the dark side
Which it refuses to reveal
On most clear evenings
Refuses to reveal itself
To a similar being
Which travels on the ground
And has no cloud
To shadow it's forbidden nature
Whose eyes are crisp
And smile whistful
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Princess Moon (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, January 27 2004, 08:42 pm|
I loved the line "Shadows the burnt orange moon", that really grasps the sort of texture you see in nature itself, along with "To shadow it's forbidden nature. Whose eyes are crisp", this poem sort of reminds me of a sort of color and quite put together...like salmon pink and lemon yellow. Just to put it shortly, This poem was scrumpcious!
|Pamela (22.214.171.124) -- Thursday, January 29 2004, 03:24 am|
Thanks Princess Moon, glad you liked the descriptions so much.
I would have to say that it is one of my favorites :O)
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