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Moon light dances like bouncing diamonds
on the surface of a midnight sea.
Lovers kiss.

Sunlight sprays shafts through the forest,
making nature stretch upward, growing.
Blossoms unfold showing lavender and pinks.
A speckled fawn rises, yawns, suckles, plays.

Light twinkles from grandpa's eye
into the chortling face of his grandchild,
then travels across the room
toward a sweet gray haired lady,
cuddling him to her breast,
smiling, rocking, humming.

Light, changing the countenance of humanity,
invigorating them with a happy smile.
Healing the trying soul,
giving sustenance,
revealing all.

Giving life.

"If you have the chance to sit it out or dance, I just say Dance." writen by Mark Sanders recorded by LeeAnn Womack

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The following comments are for "Light"
by BevRaffaele

I love this poem ....the moonlight kissing the ocean and the twinkle in grandpa's eyes....wonderful

( Posted by: Nitz Kitty [Member] On: June 6, 2004 )

What a nice sweet piece of writing. I can feel the calm and peace, the light touching everything and changing it. Well done!

( Posted by: Odysseus [Member] On: June 6, 2004 )

very sweet and serene....I loved the part of grandpa's eye....light.....congratz!

( Posted by: rosebud [Member] On: June 6, 2004 )

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