Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick
Night Of Always - Poem by Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick
Star lit night in our eyes
As son is out in high noon,
The sun dial shadows time
In day as high noon beween only us
Is midnight between starstruck lovers?
Encapsulated in both us two while in our day
There are no shadows cast upon the ground
By sun dials... end scene of our day for night
Another chapter in the sky as we kiss seen
A crescent moon and celestial bodies
To light the way to nocturne routes...
Hand in hand.. Cheek to cheek...
Luna romance, in microcosm
Of two lives living out in synch from day
Right is way of light when night
Is unique between us two set from all...
In place of crickets there are cicadas...
In finding each other to share our world
With a Loving present of sound exchange
'I love you' vocalized as the cicadas deafen
By their day but by our high noon night of love
The crickets come to serenade
The love we have for all our life in union all
For the holy night of always
Topic(s) of this poem: kiss, love and art
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