Dorian Petersen Potter


Evening (Free Style) Poem by Dorian Petersen Potter


The evening is coming back one more time,
And the birds are now gone, for the day,
When the evening comes is a wonderful sight,
It's nice to see that you're alive, another day;

Then all sudden the night will be here again,
And another day one more time will be done,
And the night, will start painting all the sky,
With different shades of blue that will be shown,

And you know that very soon, another night shall come now,
As you can see all those pretty colours all over the sky,
Pinks, mauvs, oranges and purples of so many shades too,
Displayed all over the sky as the day is going away;

You can notice all these beautiful colors and shades
If you pay close attention as you look at the sky,
As each evening with their last dying breath and proudly
Says goodbye to you and me, and glorifies God each day.

Submitted: Saturday, August 3, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013

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