Eduardo Jacobo Miranda Garcia

(25/October/1995)

The night


The night is bright,
the night is full of music,
the night brings light,
the night heals the sick,
the night's full of fire,
the night is full of desire,
the night is full of intresting faces,
the night is in all univers places.
The night is full of bass,
the night is full of jazz,
the night is full of alternative,
the night is full of rebelty,
the night is full of feeling,
the night fills you up with emotions,
the night wants you to be hearing, seeing, feeling.
The night is a soup of strange potions,
the night is dark.
the night's shadow...
Maybe that's a the bark of a book.
The night can give you what you only bourough.
The night is a magic rubber
that erases the past,
live in the moment,
start all over,
live a new life.
This night you might just meet your wife.

Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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