Arrow Point

Rookie (11/ 05/ 1991 / Greenville)

Upon A Midnight Sky - Poem by Arrow Point

Once upon a midnight sky
Traveled a young boy
About the age of fifteen was he
Upon a beaty horse to see
To ride to the town of Dogwood

While a fair maidan thirteen was she
Played with the young girls
Not like the others was she
To be in a dress then overalls
Was not be had

Over the hills he rode
For he had a name to give
A beautiful girl to find
As he reached the town
He found the girl out playing
But he not knowing
Asked I need to see the town's people

So she led the way
With the childern close behind
She herself did not look thriteen
And he not looking at all
The elders did tell her
So together they walked to the church
Past the gardens and homes

The boy named Jeremy
Said he had a name to give
And a girl to find
Said he did not know her name
But knew she was beautiful

The towns people went outside
And called all the girls
Thirteen to fifteen to town square
For when he saw the girl
Who took him to the chruch

He realized that it was her
The girl he saw
Then he knew right there
The girl in overalls
Was the one he came for

He said to the girls
He had a name to give
And a girl to find
Said she doesn't look her age
And dressed differently

The girl was in the second row
And every girl moved
As young Aelita moved forward
He said his name was Jeremy
And together they rode
Back again into the midnight sky


Comments about Upon A Midnight Sky by Arrow Point

  • (4/19/2006 9:27:00 PM)


    A wonderful love story. Well done

    Patricia
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, July 16, 2010


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