Debra Anne Chapman
Night Of Life - Poem by Debra Anne Chapman
Light of evening air,
cuddles moonbeam happiness.
Angel wings flutter light still.
Crickets chirp to greet night air.
Coyote howls as owl soars through skies.
Full moon beams its rays to Earth.
Souls of night chant happiness,
as evening nature creatures start their day.
While people sleep in dwellings quietly,
and daytime creatures rest their eyes.
the world does not stay quiet in rest,
but new animals merge to kiss the night,
as waters bubble through dark curves,
the fish swim in their private world.
Plants dwell in the evening air,
changing carbon dioxide to oxygen as they breathe.
The Earth is continually full of life,
a precious part of nature and mankind.
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