Peter S. Quinn

Bring A Day To Its Deep - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Bring a day to its deep
Some place beyond a dream
Evening shadings to leap
In to the twilight's deem
Cool as the evening goes
Tenderly with its gust
Somewhere to afar flows
Where realities are lost

Bring on night and moon
Over the trees tops
Clouds like drifting dune
Or whitely wooly loops
Nothing is forever done
Always some more to come
Carrying dreams ways on
In to the faraway fulsome

Dreams to whirl and dance
Outlying gleaming bright
Now is its moment and chance
To see star falling light
Wish upon to bring hope
For every quick gone hour
Hazy in red cloudlet strophe
Bringing you morning shower

*This poem is dedicated to the great poet, Langston Hughes, whom wrote 868 poems (see The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes) . I’m making a list of his poems, which I’ll put up later, here: http: //
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 7, 2008

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