Smile Henry

Lights - Poem by Smile Henry


Lights shine on a dark September night
All the while I smell the scent of the air so wet
Beach and sand between my toes
Water chill up to my ankles

Lights shine, the twinkling of a bright star
All the while I taste a meal fit for royalty
Thoughts of loneliness flood my mind
I sit being served, but....

Lights dim on this dark september night
All the while I lay
I fade to a place beyond my conscience thought
I now am free, free that is until, the day break


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 9, 2009

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