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Nightflower

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Nightflower
The ship cuts horizon,
Crimson yelling behind,
Where sky kisses sea
With a soft arc, bud

Of blooming night flower
Brighter than lighthouse,
Only bare silvery light
With no arrow-lipped
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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: love and life
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Dr Antony Theodore 01 November 2020
Of blooming night flower Brighter than lighthouse, Only bare silvery light With no arrow-lipped Very good poem. nature and the expressions of beauty. tony
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Mahtab Bangalee 09 April 2020
Petals that pierce eye And heart, the distant I, A lover in the vessel - O horizon where bond begins /// beautiful poetic expression; wonderful poem penned
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Chinedu Dike 22 October 2019
A poignant rendition elegantly penned with clarity of thought and mind. A beautiful poem. Thanks for sharing.
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Julia Luber 30 April 2019
Weaving in and around targets and lovers and the anthropomorphic allegory of the landscape and horizon interacting like a lover and what attracts the eye. A night flower beaming more light than a lighthouse lets nature be the brighter force.
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Julia Luber 30 April 2019
Weaving in and around targets and lovers and the anthropomorphic allegory of the landscape and horizon interacting like a lover and what attracts the eye. A night flower beaming more light than a lighthouse lets nature be the winning point to the eye.
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Julia Luber 30 April 2019
Weaving in and around targets and lovers and the anthropomorphic allegory of the landscape and horizon interacting like a lover and what attracts the eye. A night flower beaming more light than a lighthouse lets nature take over.
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