Camp Fire Light Poem by Patricia Gale

Camp Fire Light

Rating: 5.0


Embers turning deep crimson red
Streaking through the hardened wood
Ashes fallen to the ground
The world silent not a sound
Smoke rising to the sky
Gentle breezes blowing by
Stars twinkling in the night
The moon so full and so bright

Midnight sky shaded with streaks of indigo
Pondering on the colors as if I were Van Gough
Serene solemn night
Sitting by the fire’s light
Wishing you were here by my side
And then.. Perhaps my deep feelings for you I would not have to hide

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Charles M Moore 12 April 2007

I can smell the woodsmoke from here, Something magical about this and campfires.

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Ben Gieske 05 September 2007

'Perhaps my deep feelings for you I would not have to hide' - I agree, pleasure times are best enjoyed when shared.

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Paul Butters 12 May 2007

My Mum and sister would both like this because of the rhymes used. Me I just love the descriptions, atmosphere, feelings..... (Rhymed or Blank) .

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Theodora Onken 18 April 2007

very, very pretty...like a painting by vincent...i can see the brush strokes! Best wishes, Theo

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Jim Foulk 17 April 2007

a great piece of poetry patricia. beautiful worded, and nicely said.

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With vivd images like these, you'll have a hard time hiding anything! lol! FJR

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