A Perfect Night - Poem by Phil Soar
If there ever was a perfect night
Where maybe Northern lights lit up the sky
and comets flew at lightning speed
where new stars were found in distant galaxies
and the moon was new
and a slight mist hovered above a tranquil river
then how romantic would that be?
You and I alone among that wondrous scene
exchanges glances, kisses too
And all that these things mean
A shooting star we watch across the blackness
gone in an instant
Unlike our love, which lingers like a soothing aroma
and envelops the senses
then how delightful would that be?
And as the dark skies fade to light
and the redness of the dawning sun appears
we adjust our mood and vision to take in the morning
Forgetting just how long we have been there
and we smile.
A perfect night for those of us lucky enough to love
To feast on nature and the earth
And want the same tomorrow
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