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Author Name: ModeratorLadyDragonwyck 11 Comments
Date Added: August 18, 2006 15:08:36 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Day Into Night
Sunlight gleams pure and radiant
Breezes ruffle plants by the open windows
Dreamcatchers sway hypnotically
Technicolour designs flow from the Suncatchers
Sasha, the cockatiel, enjoys these moments
Her large cage allows maximum exposure
Cheerful singing her vibrant trademark
Butterflies and hummingbirds nod at the screens
Sun begins its nightly descent
Daytime animals scurry to their homes
Evening creatures quietly appear
Darkness quietly claims her territory
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Comment By: FreeSteve on February 26, 2008 12:27:47 PM Report
Very descriptive......such imagery.....such a nice poem.
Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on April 2, 2007 01:42:55 AM Report
You have covered the transition nicely! Lovely! =))



Comment By: Freetasmia on November 4, 2006 11:11:58 AM Report
wow...the imagery is too awesome  for any of my drab adjectives...great work..


Comment By: Freetom on August 19, 2006 05:58:45 PM Report
such a beautiful masterpiece you have penned here LadyD wonderful images paints this magnificent painting

hugs kisses


Comment By: FreeRichard Michael Cronin on August 18, 2006 10:09:10 PM Report
I am glad to see that some people appreciate the gift of life!

very nice Lady!

Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on August 18, 2006 09:51:01 PM Report
Dear, dear friend.....
This is undoubtedly the most beautiful poem that I have read today~!!!  It is lovely, and chock full of feelings of Nature....One of your very best....
AWESOME..... old crone friend

Comment By: FreeCeeCee on August 18, 2006 07:36:17 PM Report
Very nice nice, Lady D. I enjoyed your personification of "darkness quietyly claims her territory". 



Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on August 18, 2006 06:16:39 PM Report
What a lovely description of nature's daily rioutine..You bring beauty and light to the world, Rebel..God bless you for that gift to us...len
Comment By: PremiumHOPE on August 18, 2006 04:39:24 PM Report
I haven't read your stuff for a while I really like it.  I have been busy  so I am going to add you to my favorites, your a great writer.


Comment By: FreeAngelique on August 18, 2006 04:37:20 PM Report
Very nice. I love the peace that is felt when reading this. I am glad you didn't write of wind chimes they annoy me! lol Instead we get a cockatiel. Lovely.
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on August 18, 2006 03:33:14 PM Report
Pretty lady you do write so well when it comes to nature,,, this is wonderful... I love the twilights and the cool of the evening... Hugs ~ Sheeeee


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