Today is: December 8, 2021 Home | Love Poems | Friendship Poems | Love Quotes | Love Letters | Love Stories
Back to Home
Search for: In Section:
Love Poems
I Love You
True Love
Missing You
Thinking of You
Love and Friendship
First Love
New Love
Sad Love Poems
Lasting Love
Lost Love
Sorry Love Poems
I Love You With All My Heart
Sweet Love Poems
Desired Love
Wedding Poems
Birthday Poems
Shakespeare Love Poems
100 Best Love Poems
Broken Friendship
Short Love Poems
Best Love Poems
Classic Love Poems
Best Friends
Cute Love Poems
Cyber Love
Secret Love
Sensual Love
Famous Love Poems
Love is
Family Poems
Valentines Day
Friendship Poems
Love Quotes
Love Stories
Love Letters
You are Here: Home > Love Poems > Love and Friendship > Bright night

Bright night
by Harriet Oliver
A star at night shining bright
Seems warm, not cold, as clouds unfold
scattering now left & then right
illuminating emerald hues so I'm told.

The mist is even visible at the night
as mist mysteriously winks at mister cloud
savouring the mystical contrite
masterfully masting a mere shroud.

The pale moon white hugs horizon tight
beyond the sun that once was gold
basking with fright in universe's light height
holding attention so beautiful to behold.

The emerging night light
creates a romantic mood
where the soul catches flight
where once heroes stood.

One does not need to be affluent to be cute
as the clock points a finger in moving a hand
and after sunset what's the purpose of a mute flute
as the cock crows morning in a farway land.

E-mail this Poem
Previous Poem
Next Poem
Poem Options:
Rate: Rating: 3.00 | Votes: 2 Comments (0)

Home  |  About Us  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Use  |  Love Sites  |  Link to Us  |  Tell a Friend  |  Contact Us
Copyright © 2011 by All Rights Reserved.