Pete Rivera

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Nebula - Poem by Pete Rivera

Feeling cold under the moonlight
Not much warmer under starlight
Breathing Spring air in soft night
With the hummingbirds in our sight
Drinking cidar under the tree
Look up and there's everything to see
As long as you trust in me
For to my heart I hold the key
Now I'm searching for a reason
A cause
Something to distract me from your flaws
I've lifted every rock, every stone
I've spoken to every bird that's ever flown
And none gave me an answer
Feeling cold under moonlight
Not much warmer under starlight
Breathing Spring air in soft night
With the hummingbirds in our sight
I'm staring at the expanse
And there is a nebula in my glance
A cloud of stardust in my vision
Affecting the concept of decision
Now I'm searching for a reason
A cause
Something to distract me from your flaws
Because in the air
There are many birds
And you must empty your mind
If you wish to understand
Their words


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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 14, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 15, 2011


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