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aden noire

softly whispers the soft light
breezes dancing about me
glimmering sunlight above
dwindling beams within the dusk
as lightly I step upon the moist grass ….
n' clouds cast dear shadows
glancing above in blinding light
a bird hovers as if a kite …
dancing across the rippling
rivulets of a sparkling river
shadows creeping foretell the nights approaching silence,
the winds beside me singing then whistling shrill n' chilly,
as the path shows me the way downward towards waters edge …
a frog chirps and splashes about as my reflection watches
the trees swaying behind me …
a name was lost in the sound of shivering reeds along the rocky river shore,
aden noire a thought once heard calling twice from distant forest,
the gurgling river thru broken tree limbs giggled
as voices from beneath the surface whispered
tis’ getting late n’ you must leave now or perhaps
stay forever and rest and wait for aden noire
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Submitted by coralatlas on September 15, 2014

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