Carmella Opie

(January 22 / Philadelphia, Pa)

Whispers of the Night


Listen to the whispers of the night...
can you sense those feelings reaching out.

Don't close your mind to the rapture of intimate thoughts...grasp all that you can...quickly...before it disappears into the vapors of the eve.

Let yourself wonder into the depths of total recall...
shut your eyes...so you can see...hurry before it's too late...
for it passes by so utterly fast.

What did you hear...feel...those moments are yours...
experiences that will be with you all your lifetime.

Be glad...for not many have been welcomed to share in...
the whispers of the night.

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Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 05, 2014

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simply supernatural experiences I have experienced.

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