Nero CaroZiv


A Child Night Thought


My thoughts of past childhood, blessed days of sooty summer night
Does follow me in night and in day; dark and in bright
I used to watch the moon along the vaults of the starry sky
Sailing to ever where with her happy destiny and her light reddish keen;
Often she used to hide among white snow clouds from my mortal eye
Or dimly behind a lofty mountains peak shyly over their edge dodging seen


But when the clouds asunder by soft winds withdrew
How bright her gorgeous amazing mien charging the night grew
From my window I watched her far different path of race,
Thousands thoughts and deep imagine as her rich in the starry night grace
With cherished sullenness of the remote yet seem so close stars pace
Avoiding dispersing the queen of the night chase


An old oak tree opened wide its sturdy arms to depth of the night
Its leaves spangled with the silver moon light
The moon sheen is dripping like heavenly liquid from its leaves
It is an old oak tree of hundreds of years
To this tree I charge so many happy pure gratitude hours
The is calm like a nun; and wild flowers lull in the wide bower


Some night birds or wandering bats their way in the vaults of the summer pursue,
To Ingrate who ever wears a smile on a brightening face the whole night through.
The pure thoughts the holy excitement no one can ever re-make
My spirit soars to endless heights with no limit with no break
Let me dream this divine fantasy again, with no end, with no wake
To guard me from the world around rouge shake








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Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014
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