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Light Romance

Rating: 5.0

The day is as romantic as the night.
With multicolored birds taking flight.
Kiss me in the brightness, in the light.
The day is as romantic as the night.

We usually think of romance as nighttime activities, movie dates, dinner, parking and looking at the water, watching the stars.
Sj Holland 27 July 2013

@Jesus James Llorico Thank you. One of those short ones that just birth itself, fully grown, with no need of editing.

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Jesus Diaz Llorico 27 July 2013

Agree, It can be both intense no matter what time of day, the day is as romantic as the night a beautiful write...

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Sj Holland 26 July 2013

@Khairul Ahsan Thank you for visiting, and for your fun comment. Makes me feel like I provided some very interesting info through this short verse.

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Khairul Ahsan 22 July 2013

Kiss me in the brightness, in the light. The day is as romantic as the night. Wow, what a stark revelation! Got used to the romances of the night, got to try some in broad daylight too.

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Sj Holland 20 July 2013

Thanks Patricia. I love looking at the sky at night, and hearing night sounds of nature.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 26 March 2019

Brightness kisses time with romantic mood. Night and light both love each other. You have powerfully penned this excellent poem. Thank you very much for sharing this.10

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Howard Savage 07 June 2016

This is a profound poem; short, sweet, emotional, and to the point. Keep writing.

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Chinedu Dike 20 February 2015

Indeed, where romantic is driving by true love, THE DAY IS AS ROMANTIC AS THE NIGHT. The order of the day is a never ending bliss of romance. A beautiful piece of poetry penned with insight. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem THE PHOENIX STRANGLER.

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Sj Holland 31 July 2013

@Pradip Chattopadhyay Thank you for your comment. I'm honored because of your descriptive words; bolder and brevity.

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Pradip Chattopadhyay 31 July 2013

it needs a bolder imagination to picture daylight romance deviating from the commonly visited night angle. You've done it with brilliant brevity.

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