Peter S. Quinn

Nightly Stars Hide In The Dark (Viii) - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Nightly stars hide in the dark
They are glistering away their spark
Nightly stars that hide away in dark

Far away in open space
Lies the road that no one knows
Sowing light in lonely rays
On heavens high where northern light glows

Nightly stars hide in the dark
Behind the moon and clouds afar
Glistering dusty little star

For me and you when there's night
When love hits us with its might
And we don't know wrong and right
Just glowing stars and blinking light

Oh faraway my sweetest rose
That sets my fire all within
And gives me feelings as overdose
Make my longings all go spin

In this oh night of starry rays
I know not fate's turning ways
Or what my deepest mood there says
Only there're nights before there's days

Oh darling have my love within
It is the truest water to drink
Though shadows’re its mirror's twin
When fate goes another then we think

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011

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