Dexsta Ray


Night Poem by Dexsta Ray


A light breeze barely brushed across my face
The wild black yonder placed my troubled thoughts away
I'm looking into space
Supple drapery enshrouding the sky
The stars are only bantam holes
Can you see what's inside?
For space is just a curtain made to hide the heavens
Science can really constrict your mind if you let it
A beautiful sight
The so rejuvenating air of the night
Replace the artificial stuff with only natural light
I have a passion for the eventides and such
Where I stay to myself
And keep my eyes on everyone
Cause you never really know
I'm fairly comfortable where you'd never go
Sun's down
Why don't you come and take a stroll?

Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2012

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