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

Comments about Midnight Clarity

  • 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, ...

Read the full of A Moment And Forever


A drift of paper on the beach
leads the eye to water, not fit to drink
too salt, the sea, to be consumed
Light filters down between the salt
the sand stirred by the white froth
spoons of water’s edge made waves
Light glows across the restless
ever-changing bed feet burrow in,
risking the nip and pinch of tiny

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