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In The Quite Calm Of Night

In the quite calm of night
With only a wind chimes
I standing alone, beneath the moon
With a blue shine

In the quite calm of night
The past memories sneak out
Of my eyes
And roll down, on my cheeks

In the quite calm of night
The blue light fades away
The pale comes out
Too fast, truly fast

In the quite calm of night
I grasp something
That the blue moon
It's truly like our moments
Then becomes a memory

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In the quite calm of night I grasp something....it is in silence, memories, past and present and future....... sadness and happiness all emerge to dance on the stage of conscience, . in the context of the moon and the night. you have portrayed it so well. thank you very much dear poetess. tony