Cassandra Jasmine

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Good Night!


A meadow, wind blowing gently.
Grass bending, swaying, and bending again.
Sun, sinking low into the soft-colored sky.
And bright, radiant colors fill the one blue meadow.

Racing antelope, slow to a gentle lope.
Mice, digging deep into burrows, nibble grass.
Crickets start their nighttime symphony.
And as for me, I start my night song.

Soft breeze, caressing my hair,
Bare feet padding on soft grass,
Young pups frolic within a fern grove,
And starts twinkle in the sky, winking.

I finish my made-up nocturne,
I let my dogs out to enjoy the moonlight with me.
As I bed them down, and owl rustles past.
Another night, another dream.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, November 06, 2013

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  • Veteran Poet - 2,786 Points Khairul Ahsan (11/8/2013 2:21:00 AM)

    This is fabulously wonderful! 10/10.
    'Crickets start their nighttime symphony.
    And as for me, I start my night song.'
    Let this song be heard by all!

    'I finish my made-up nocturne,
    I let my dogs out to enjoy the moonlight with me.
    As I bed them down, and owl rustles past.
    Another night, another dream.'
    Simply superb! And Amazing!
    Keep writing, dear friend! (Report) Reply

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