Robert Edmondson

City Nights, City Lights

Poem by Robert Edmondson

City Lights
cobbled streets
I always love this time
Darkened Roads
the fog playing at my feet
Cold mists of rain
greet me
welcoming me
this is my place
Distant ships approaching
dark grey monoliths
drifting on the black waters
a wonder for human eyes
Sirens sound
I know I am not alone
the peace shattered by a distant cry
the night conceals all
Tragedy and Contentment
players in the evening act
the noise draws nigh
time to move on
out into the Fog
Out into the Night

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2008