Today’s prompt:

Write a poem about the evening.

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Posted on April 24, 2016, in NaPoWriMo. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. The sun falls from the sky
    And back to the earth
    The moon rising high
    To night, giving birth

    The moon, high in the air
    With reflecting light,
    From the sun’s glare
    Gives way to the night

    The sun says good-bye
    With one final glow,
    Leaves the day to die
    And darkness to grow

    Nothing can stop this from occurring
    Every day, this evening recurring

  2. – Following no prompt

    Unkempt hair flies all around me,
    a somber golden color mimicking the summer day.
    Freckles on shoulders of prominent collarbones,
    Making up the constellations on the surface.
    Soft, rich brown eyes scour the forest,
    I’m surrounded in fields of green.
    Music dances in my head to the rhythm of the breeze,
    I am one with the universe, and I wish to please.

  3. Alicia-Juliet


    The darkness falls, fields and wood,
    it’s night and feels so good.
    Most animals, both big and small,
    settle at night fall.

    Caring mother, take her best,
    back to home and nest.
    The deer runs back, and bird flies well,
    home to dearest dwell.

    Withe moon above, glooming glow.
    breeze of air does flow.
    The dark blue sky there above,
    filled of stars and love

    Except the sky, it’s dark and cold,
    but what do these trees hold?
    In coverts and crannies of forest deep,
    precious creatures sleep.

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