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At twilight she stands
with arms wide open
waiting for her lover, the night wind
to run his soft cool fingers
through her trembling leaves.


The following comments are for "Her Lover At Twilight"
by quill

Very nice poem. Leaves me with good feelings and images to anticipate.


( Posted by: williamhill [Member] On: April 29, 2005 )

Quill's Lover's
so sweet, the embrace of natural love...the best
kind of love, and exqusite visual.

my pleasure, this twilight...

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: April 29, 2005 )

William, thanks for your comment. Glad you enjoyed.

Robin, yeah love & twilight seem to go together, though for me, sunrise is the best time to write about it.

Michael :)

( Posted by: quill [Member] On: April 29, 2005 )

I like this as well.I suffer from Insomnia...lots of thoughts happens in the quiet of the twilight.

Thanks for sharing this.

( Posted by: Dareva [Member] On: April 29, 2005 )

quill - Her lover
This is quite weird, Michael! I have written one poem that sounded something like this, 'Locked In The Bend', especially at the part where you refer to 'night' as her lover.

I liked the shortness of this and your personification of the night. I hope that from here you can write a longer one, maybe another poem, exploring your ideas about the night. Thanks for this Michael.

( Posted by: peterpaulino [Member] On: May 10, 2005 )

and hey
Also ask Lans (GibsonGirl) about the poem that she mentioned in my thread. Maybe Lans can repost?!

( Posted by: peterpaulino [Member] On: May 10, 2005 )

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