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O' Children Of The Night



O' Children of the night
Whose deep dark souls
Try to reach for the light.
Come with me my children
And listen to the call of the
Wild. With cries and whispers
Upon this night of wicked
Desires and pleasures, as
We dance beneath the fire.

Come and be naked with
Me and I will set your soul
Free. Come let the moon cast
Its spell upon me so we may
See to plant our seeds.
Wanting to get close while
Missing the people we loved
The most. With tears that fill
Our eyes wondering when we
Are going to die.

Then a gentle thought whispers
Through the leaves, as we lay
Naked beneath the tree trying
To open the windows of our
Minds.

As we try to unlock doors
Through all space and time
Our bodies together as one.
As we taste each others wine.

O' Children of the night
Whose deep dark souls
Try to reach for the light.


This poem is dedicated to a great
Songwriter and poet:
Jim Morrison and the Doors

About this poem

it was a day dream i had talking to Jim Morrison it was like it was so real to me i love his work poems and lyrics the are so cool and far out to take it all in with the magic of his words

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Written on September 14, 2021

Submitted by mysticstarpublishing on September 14, 2021

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jody l cooke

i was born in 1969 in north Carolina i m a writer poet artist and author i got my first book of poems out on the web called beneath the sands of time. i love poetry it is a great art for the soul. more…

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