Mid Dec. 96

Samuel G Cleaver 1969 (Beeville Texas)



Black Velvet engulfing us all,
But a small venture outside
Shows the great dance of light
(sparks... caused by lovers whose passion can not hide)
meteors screaming through the night
Burning the black material in its fiery wake
only moments does it take
But a beautiful wonderful sight
i wish we could watch tonight

About this poem

The poem was written in mid December 1996 and published on "The Sound of Poetry" collection in or around 2003

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Written on December 15, 1996

Submitted by samc.07875 on May 04, 2024

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Scheme ABCBCDDCC
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 314
Words 55
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 9

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