Natures Play

July 1, 2010
clear face of beauty
a filmy seal of twilight
silver diamonds glow so bright
the sounds of night
a symphony of music
the forbidden smells of temptation of dark spices
of lust for the ever full moon
the single light to a romantic night
a dance of tango
the players
the trees and wind
a light breeze caresses leaves ever so gently
they sway and swing
such a glory in all of natures nude
we find a high rising mood
a smooth rhythmic tune
no thoughts of the coming morrow
only captured in sweet sorrow
a pupet and marrionte to the earths magical strings
a dance like no other is played
there's so much feeling
tears at such a sight
they flee with no thought to wipe them away
only sway a captured human in natures late night play

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Eirias said...
Aug. 3, 2011 at 11:58 am
Hmm. . . I feel like this poem wants punctuation. Also, either always rhyme consistantly, or don't rhyme at all. It's really awkward when there's only a few line that rhyme. I'm sorry it's not much, but I've been writing like a page on at least one of those subjects for just about everyone else. So if you want to see some ranting, just check out some of those other people's works (I  think I was really bad on Emily.L's).
TanGem This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Apr. 2, 2011 at 9:43 pm
I like it. Maybe try separating "the forbidden smells of temptation of dark spices" into 2 lines?
TwinDemons replied...
Apr. 2, 2011 at 10:05 pm
Thanks! >.<
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