Pale as the flowers of the night (Poem)

Pale as the flowers of the night,
Silent in the dark.
Full of mystery and seduction.
When the harsh glare fades
And the world falls quiet,
She arrives.
Altered states, altered sight,
Dark visions unfold.

Now she waits in vain
For a vessel to steer,
As the night and I don’t meet.
The dreams and their spawn
Are swallowed whole by the
Daylight that has stolen my soul
From its muse.

Constructive criticism welcome.

© 2008 Damian Herde

Pale as the flowers of the night (Poem)

Damian

Toowoomba, Australia

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