Just Tonight

Just Tonight short poem

Down by the river,
The moon seemed to glow.
Watching this beautiful scene,
Time seemed to slow.
The moon bounced,
Off the glittering water.
The crickets jounced,
Through swaying grass.
The only sounds were,
Nightime creatures.
Prior night a remote blur,
Just like the one before.
All that was clear,
Luminous opal infront of me.
All that was drear,
Brushed aside.
And just tonight,
This is how it would stay.

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Saskia Maria

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I love reading, writing stories and poems. My favourite poets are the classics like William Blake and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. My goal in life is to be able to publish my poetry and stories but if you're going to dream big, you've got to aim higher
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