Uncertainty of Nature

Nightingale,
That at night wakes me up,
What do you dialogue with the stars?
What do you say to us with your joys and your complaints?
You know the rumors of the shadows,
That intoxicate and delight,
And the moon,
That pours into a white lily,
And the breeze,
That whispers of spring,
Salutes you with a kiss
From the blue and eternal light.
In your soul (feather and song)
Is the rhythm of the wind and the waves?
And the light that sends us
Afar from the stars,
That in your song confounds them
With the white iridescent of the gardenia,
The reddened scream of the roses
And the far roaming of the storm.
Nightingale,
Settler of my prairies,
What do you tell me with your songs?
That at night keeps me awake?

Uncertainty of Nature

chord0

Lawndale, United States

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my poem about a nightingale

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