Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 18,802 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Christmas Lights - Poem by Dexsta Ray

Turn the oven down, I ain't studying that baked spaghetti
It can wait, bring your coat, and get something to hang around your neck
Excited, ‘cause tonight, we just riding, around
Blinded by the lights, shining bright
Like sparsils
I kind of feel like this real nice
Fields, rye and meadows, tradition
Ain't thought too much about it...
L ike that special fenced in set
Before the tree
We passed, a moment ago
That had the Lamb of God, Mary, and the wise men
Although it's tough for eyes seeing
It'd mostly been engulfed by the snow
Still seen that glow upon the treetop
And the love that went into creating
If the heat too cold
I'll turn it down, don't frown your face at me
Hey, look at all of this
These buildings lit just like your stations be
Or that place we seen on television
Fore you shaped the beef, I saw you grate the leaves from scratch
And sat the stove to three eighty
Trying to say that I don't pay attention...
All this grace we missing...
Everyone is in their house
My second snow, I'm taking pictures!
Underneath the stars, we dance
In circles, glad that Weh within us
Angels in the grounded snow
We make, by flailing, boundless moments
Then our hands within our mitts
To relish, Lights and holidays
To feel alive, and we ain't driving back until the clock the same
Unless you're getting cold...
Okay, that's extra, I'm in lots of pain, I can't feel my socks
And plus that pot's ablaze

Topic(s) of this poem: fiction, holidays, romance

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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