Peter S. Quinn


Evening Song in G


As the evening comes
Day flowering glow
Colorful earth blossoms
In your life's row

Dreams that never came
Only a brief thought
Burning tender flame
That some had thought

Yesterdays were here
In their fire making
For a moment’s share
Some thoughts awaking

Blue be their blossoms
Into darkish night
As your memories strums
Twinkling and lost flight

Now evening song I hear
In its harp of wings
Pegasus is near
As this melody sings

Dreams that never came
But still they are there
In eve´s burning flame
Those to a song adhere

Submitted: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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