The Silent Beauty Of The Darkness Of Night - Poem by Shalom Freedman
The silent beauty of the darkness of night
A walk into the lure of the distance
Into the wilderness of a star scattered sky
Into the peace of no one else near
Into the freedom of forever moving on
Into a momentary circling of one’s own lost world.
A walk around the block again
At three o’clock in the morning
As if one has never walked here before
And every little light is a new sign
Of the brightness of going on in quiet inner joy forever.
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