Una A. Stewart

(Arbroath Angus, Scotland, UK)

Nightfall - Poem by Una A. Stewart

The gleaming gold frills of sunset,
Lighting the distant depths of blue unknown
On the edge of grey-backed rolling clouds,
Merging and melting into the dark of another night
While the sea loses its reflected light
And ripples quietly into oblivion.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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