Midnight Clarity

Rookie (Isles of Scilly living in Barbados)

Midnight Clarity Poems

201. Wayward Words 2/7/2008
202. Evening Drive 2/11/2008
203. Living In Midday 2/5/2008
204. May I...? 2/4/2008
205. Working Title: Innards 6/29/2007
206. Conversations With The Soul # 1 7/17/2007
207. Dawn Creaks Open 2/3/2008
208. Captured In A Fibre Optic World 2/6/2008
209. Breaking My Fast 2/6/2008
210. A Drift Of Dreams 2/9/2008
211. A Series In Blue 2/8/2008
212. Do All Dreams Fade? 10/9/2008
213. Seed 10/15/2008
214. A Breath Of Air 7/26/2008
215. Yet Another Sunset 2/25/2008
216. Paint 4/10/2009
217. Love's True Promise 12/31/2008
218. A Touch Of Sad 5/15/2009
219. Today 9/27/2009
220. This Morning 10/8/2009
221. A Tangle Of My Hair 2/4/2008
222. Touching Souls 2/13/2008
223. Four Letter Words 2/9/2008
224. Apology Not Accepted! 2/9/2008
225. I'Ve Never Met You 2/4/2008
226. Dancing Between The Stars 2/5/2008
227. A Simple Soup 5/5/2009
228. Time Shifts 2/4/2008
229. A Moment And Forever 2/28/2008

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  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (1/10/2009 5:50:00 AM)

    your poems touch me deeply

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Best Poem of Midnight Clarity

A Moment And Forever

How long is too long?
A minute more without you
will stretch to eons in my heart
I have not met you yet
but there you are, clear as crystal
shining on the inside of my eyes
as if I gazed upon you
all night long, perhaps
you are a dream
but no, I hear your voice,
a smile tucked in
between the words,
the angle of your jaw
inviting kisses which creep
so gently to your lips
then press against your heart,
I feel the warmth
I smell the sweet aroma
of your skin, and still
I have not met you yet,
elastic time will torment me, ...

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Choosing The Rainbow

I drift around the edges of the day
sunrise, sunset, defining moments
that anchor me; that give me substance,
each transition into day, to night
a door that closes on a segment
of the past creating hope, future
to drive the furnace of the breath
ever forward into wonder into
the mystery of what awaits,

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