Peter S. Quinn


Now Sing - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Now sing to the dark night and ongoing day
Fill every moment with its new-fangled flow
So rivers of feeling shall come there and go
And carry their weight in its fluffy on play
Soundless of winter in grayness and cold
All within thoughts of its darkish dim moods
Northern lights shimmer in glowing of gold
Each of its soft twilight's interludes
Moments so fair in the summer new year
Generous colors thru fragrance and shade
Pleasures of being from tender heart and air
Each of their moments like forever are made
Times like dreams in quietness and laughter
With all that in memories comes after

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 10, 2010



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