Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light) (16 November / Westport New Zealand)
A Single Solitary Night, Stretching Into...
Ah but a single solitary night,
stretching into a thousand nights,
let it be but a night's dream,
a prelude to an eternal love theme;
a woman with kisses of wine,
is an angel to court throughout time,
a woman with sparkling eyes of green,
destined exotic caffeine;
an angel divine in Spanish lace,
heaven on earth to ever embrace.
Inspired by the poem ‘A Long Night Of Love’ by Juan Olivarez.
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