July Breeze

Laying on a damp concrete
Exhausted by the day’s heat
Watching reflections of the moon
Dancing on water, upon a perfect beat

Silver waters, in a rhythmic wave;
Up and down as they dimmed in caves
Yet flickering stars abandoned the moon
In a challenge to be as suave

The competition was so steep
It stole the treasure of my sleep
As stars played hide and seek;
Some stood and watched the others leap

But naughty July breeze did dare
To flirt with strands of my hair
My eyes got flattered with its touch
And they surrendered to its flair

As a trance of immortal ease
Gradually swept through me to seize
All the surrounding atmosphere
Into my own eternal seas

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Starry night by;Van Gogh
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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ms.Baker
    Jul 03, 2005 @ 19:35:00

    How I love that Van Gogh painting.

    Your poems are always wonderful. They fill me with contemplation 🙂

    Reply

  2. AyyA
    Jul 04, 2005 @ 16:08:00

    Thanks drear
    This poem I wrote one hot July evening at the chalet, when suddenly the whether started changing and the breeze was absolutely divine. I went through a trance for at least three hours before realizing that it was almost morning.

    Reply

  3. DJ
    Jul 06, 2005 @ 02:15:00

    Another great poem 🙂 Followed by my FAVORITE painting! Double nice. 😉

    Reply

  4. AyyA
    Jul 06, 2005 @ 20:03:00

    DJ
    :*

    Reply

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