Randel Horton

(Altadena, California)

Summer Nights


Bright lights Ventures nights riding up the
coast with you my only thoughts were more than
drops of emotion as the full moon shined lighting
the way for my mouth to speak words that could only
be from my heart a distant place.

Bright lights summer nights oh how the ride does
appeal sweet cool breeze from the perfume that
you are wearing I really feel daring and powerful
how can I remain the gracious host when the beat
of my pulse feels so strong for you hard to ignore
the stars underscore the exploring explosiveness.

Lights are bright it's becoming more than a Ventura
night under the summer skies if I keep going I'm
bound to be in flight I think I'd better say good
night. You never know how you might feel when the
lights are bright, hot summer nights do appeal.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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