The night has tickled
with carefree caresses
that cause them quiver,
enticing their winks
of delight -- amused
by the frowns
of the fusty old sky.
Flaunting pale makeup
the moon drifts across
the glittering stage,
eager to join
the frolicsome throng.
He flirts with the stars,
who scatter soft kisses
and smirk at the scowls
from the sky.
At dawn the sun slithers
into the scene
poking her fingers
into the morning.
The sky-larkers snuggle
under the duvet
that covers the dark,
transforming the sky
for a fresh smiling day.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|barb (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, August 23 2004, 11:29 pm|
I could never come up with the descripting words you do . Good intelligence cap. You have a high selection of words.
|Capricorn (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, August 24 2004, 08:52 am|
This one just came to me in a `mad moment' -- don't think I'll ever think of one like it again.
|barb (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, August 24 2004, 11:16 am|
you write very good in your mad moments:)))
|Terrie* (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, August 25 2004, 06:30 pm|
Cap your creations are awesome..shows your tenderside, one you never hide..great work hon.your poetry is very inspiring..
|Capricorn (184.108.40.206) -- Thursday, August 26 2004, 08:58 am|
Thank you so much for your nice comments... makes e feel like writing more. ~smile~
|Pondering Red (220.127.116.11) -- Thursday, August 26 2004, 07:48 pm|
..really nice imagery...imaginative !!! sweet...
|Capricorn (18.104.22.168) -- Friday, August 27 2004, 08:00 am|
Thank you PR -- glad you like it!
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