Treasure Island

Barry Moyer

Out of the Cool Night

As we have been wondering throughout night, we are always happy and thankful to see the daylight. As this breeze blows upon my face I will always remember this happy place. Into the peaceful valley below, I am coming out of the hill tops covered with snow. When I feel the sun upon my face I know this will always be a most happy place.
Living the live of the sage of old times and seeking the wisdom of those of the past, I hope that the knowledge I gain is going to last. As I roam through the valley below, I know that indifference’s will come and it will go. But many a time we must believe in the past, we know things like this are not likely to last.
But feeling the sun and breeze upon my face, I will always remember a very happy place. For I am reminded of the valleys pure wonders of delight, I am glade that forever that I came out of the night.

Submitted: Friday, February 18, 2011
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