|Moonlit Dreams (standard:poetry, 96 words)|
|Author: Julia||Added: Sep 20 2010||Views/Reads: 1385/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|just something I wrote recently.|
The nighttime darkens before me: like a tree, it casts a shadow My breath sharpens, a knife Undying movement in the meadow, a dance Hearing must be relied on, for seeing is not a choice Raising voices, chanting, drums The beat thumps along with my heart An open door waiting: the air stands still To fly through the forets, elate When I can see colors again The trees dance too, a jig Ants whisper things through the bark, a promise But the drums will fade And the shadows will recede, revealing the trees as they are. Tweet
Authors appreciate feedback!
Please vote, and write to the authors to tell them what you liked or didn't like about the story!
Julia has 35 active stories on this site.
Profile for Julia, incl. all stories
For a quick, anonymous response to the author of this story, type
a message below. It will be sent to the author by email.