Night And Dawn - Poem by Liza Sud
In the sea crystal moon bathes
Stars spilled on mirror-like surface!
Sounds in heavenly spaces
beckon.. entail... and appease us.
Silver ray glitters... and winds
with herbs now sleep in the meadows...
Moon with the anguish there sees...
Slumbering shadows of breathings.
Quiet, mysterious...... In old tradition
This very moment, for thousands of years..!
NIGHT - is a QUEEN and she rushes on mission,
to place where amorouse DAWN her expects..!))
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