Moonlight Sonata

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She had moonlight in her eyes

Starlight in her hair

Her smile became the sunrise

That burned away despair

 

She took me to the clouds

Weaved rainbows from the grey

And showed me all the colours

That life had on display

 

And under starry skies

Where galaxies unfold dreams

We ran into the cosmos

To find its hidden seams 

 

But I lost you to the stars

Somewhere in time and space

Whilst I crashed back to Earth

Grasping memories of your face

 

I often catch a glimpse

Through cracks & fading light

Of your reassuring smile

Making sure that I'm alright

 

And in the milky twilight 

Where present & past collide

I'll find you once again, my love

And in our dreams we'll hide

 

Drawing by @JonCarling 

 

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kJ Walker

Sun 26th Sep 2021 07:39

I liked this and it works really well with the music.

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Stephen Atkinson

Thu 23rd Sep 2021 16:44

Thank you for the lovely comment, Brenda, & yes it is a lovely piece of music just to relax to & maybe, read a bit poetry 😉🌈

And thanks for all the additional likes,
Jordyn, Aisha, feeling emotion, & Anna
Always appreciated !

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Brenda Wells

Wed 22nd Sep 2021 18:41

Lovely to read while listening to this moving piece of music. It seems to almost introduce movement into the words.

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Stephen Atkinson

Tue 21st Sep 2021 19:59

Thank you Stephen & Julie glad you like it! 💫
And, Keith, the Cosmos is a big place, don't get lost! Thank for the encouragement 🙏
And for the Likes Hugh, Rudyard, Holden & Scattered Sun 🌈

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Stephen Gospage

Tue 21st Sep 2021 17:12

Yes, like this.

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julie callaghan

Tue 21st Sep 2021 14:38

Beautiful, thank you

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keith jeffries

Tue 21st Sep 2021 14:20

A poem of fantasy and delight, very well composed as it immediately draws the reader into the scene. It certainly had me racing through the cosmos.

Thanks for this

Keith

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