Night changes and spins around
Bitter day will follow suit A purple frosty evening Turning black as soot
I saw those eyes were catching me in the ball
No words fall out just watch me through it all Perfect suit like a Ken doll In the whisper I heard him call He said to me "Meet me in the nightfall"
Old phone call
Ringing in the nightfall Never stop from winter to fall The noise's forcing us all To keep quiet and stay in the hall
Rapid beating of my heart is deceiving
what I think I'm feeling. However believing isn't knowing what this is going to turn into in the night glowing.
as the night falls
neither white, nor black old, or the new my mind seems to turn grey I wish I could fly away I hope I find my way
The Sun kissed me goodbye
With a parting ray and left me To walk the woods alone Through green into gray. Some say you can't see The stars for the rain, but Come what may, I will follow them Until I find the Sun, see her light And feel her warmth again.
I composed this while backpacking on the North Country Trail. The trail's symbol, which appears on its signposts, is Polaris: the North Star.
Shining 'cross the lake From behind me Through still still air Over still still water You have so many Great qualities And so many friends That adore you as you fade Through amber and crimson hues We don't wave goodbye You just slip away Gently and softly As Nightshades take hold of the air We'll see you tomorrow... same time.
Sunsets at the lake are the best. They present a brief moment of magic when the conditions are right... and oh, how beautiful when they are right.
Blue to gold
Gold to red Red darkens Black. Specks of light One by one Filling my View. Low glow east Full moon rise Smiling at Me. I smile back.