Bring Me The Night - Poem by Melvina Germain
Go yonder dear friend and see the snow
upon hills, mountains and overgrown trees.
Let steel birds in God's sky take flight and
such wonders decend upon this land so free.
Take notice, old frost has found its place
It kisseth crackling branches and brital leaves
covered be the ground by our universal grace.
May black birds never pounce upon thee.
In the sobreness of nightfall the amber light glows,
an abundance of stars casts its royal delight,
while images of castles in icebergs grow, beauty
crowns the earth with the brightest light.
Stay silent dear friend and gaze in the stillness,
pull the calm of tranquility from a peaceful mind.
If tears come forth and stain thy sleeves,
please remember the pain of all mankind.
Written by: Melvina Germain
Time: 10: 08 pm
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