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Diana Americano

(11-11-96 / San Jose, CA)

Night


I find comfort in the night
Fireflies and stars
The rivers glisten and sparkle
A reflection of the world can be seen
The moon shines bright
Hear the crickets chirp
And the wolves howl
Hear the owl hoot
And the world sleep soundly
Nothing but the night to see
Nothing but night for me
So much to see
But sadly the night must end
Like all good things do
But every night is new
I will be there to await
What will come when one is awake
To watch the night go by
So many things to find
Every night is one of a kind
I'll just have to see
What awaits me
In tonight's wonderful night
But I must be quick
Because all good things come to an end
I don't care if I'm sick
I'll find a way there
To watch this night
tonight.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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