Nicholas Browning

Oh, Night, What a Wonder



 

Oh, Night, what a wonder.

The shroud that covets thee,

Has also covered me.

Oh, night, please; grant release -

Such sweet aroma, the lunar blossoms bestow,

Atop frigid bone-marred peaks and atop this rigid nose.

If not for the sake of knowing, who would ever choose to go?

Oh, Night, what a wonder.

 

Oh, Solitude, what a wonder.

The melody that bolsters thee,

Has also embraced me.

Oh, solitude, please, beckon belief -

Tantalizing silence, thy garments all gone awry,

Laden gardens of creation emptied; numerous flasks, now withered dry.

If not for thy forsaken tale, would thee have cherished mine?

Oh, Solitude, what a wonder.

Comments3

  • Goldfinch60

    Solitude in the night sky can be a wonderful enabling of the spirit within life.

  • orchidee

    A fine write N.

    • Nicholas Browning

      That was fast lol did you even read it? Just kidding, thanks for stopping by Steve.

      • orchidee

        Erm, yes, lol. Nice and poetic!

      • Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

        Great poem . Your words flow nicely ...



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