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There is nothing more beautiful on a quiet night than watching the yellow moon, round and low, as it untangles itself, silently, uncomplicatedly, from the branches of a tree. Caught by the succulent glow of the night, by an upsurge of roaring joy, you pause as you fill your lungs with the exhilarating cool, crisp air. The city sleeps in utter silence. Tonight especially it is so poignant it brings a spasm of swooning seductiveness to your sated heart.


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by weepingwillow

swooning seductiveness
In my previous litdotorg incarnation I always peeked at the blogs because I found the best posts here. Some people would post their most private moments seemingly torn between wanting recognition and abhorring it.

I like this post because it rings true of all quiet moments when we think we are the first to notice something magical and life affirming. Great observation.

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: May 6, 2010 )

thanks ad infinitum
i used to write poetry, but a friend introduced me to blogging. i got hooked after that. thank you for commenting. greatly appreciated. i'll start checking your work. i'm just new here so i don't really know anybody.

( Posted by: weepingwillow [Member] On: May 9, 2010 )





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