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Array ( [sid] => 143324 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => A forest by night and day [time] => 2008-06-18 17:01:11 [hometext] => this poem is about a dream i often have. [bodytext] => walking through the sea of green the dark colors do look mean.
the rustle os branches and wisper of wind. the chill of rain and a winding path down a dark lane.
it twists and turns again and again until i no longer hear the sound of rain.
the cry of a creature of the night the distant scuffle of some far off fight.
birds take flight in to the night with no fear or fright.
the twinkle of stars the glow of the moon this forest so diffrent from this afternoon.
the sky turns a milky pink the black ink of night starts to sink.
the sun now shines in the sky way up high where birds fly.
and that is how the night dose die


by kelly moran [comments] => 2 [counter] => 223 [topic] => 14 [informant] => kelly_may [notes] => [ihome] => 0 [alanguage] => english [acomm] => 0 [haspoll] => 0 [pollID] => 0 [score] => 10 [ratings] => 2 [editpoem] => 1 [associated] => [topicname] => DreamsandWishes )
A forest by night and day

Contributed by kelly_may on Wednesday, 18th June 2008 @ 05:01:11 PM in AEST
Topic: DreamsandWishes



walking through the sea of green the dark colors do look mean.
the rustle os branches and wisper of wind. the chill of rain and a winding path down a dark lane.
it twists and turns again and again until i no longer hear the sound of rain.
the cry of a creature of the night the distant scuffle of some far off fight.
birds take flight in to the night with no fear or fright.
the twinkle of stars the glow of the moon this forest so diffrent from this afternoon.
the sky turns a milky pink the black ink of night starts to sink.
the sun now shines in the sky way up high where birds fly.
and that is how the night dose die


by kelly moran




Copyright © kelly_may ... [ 2008-06-18 17:01:11]
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Re: A forest by night and day (User Rating: 1 )
by shelby on Thursday, 19th June 2008 @ 03:02:30 AM AEST
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Welcome to YPDC.
This is a beautiful write. Nice start.

Michelle


Re: A forest by night and day (User Rating: 1 )
by mecatpurrson on Friday, 20th June 2008 @ 06:36:50 AM AEST
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Nicely done. You are very good with your descriptions. I love "the rustle of branches and whisper of wind."




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