Night into Day

Night into Day

 

During the summer months I turn night into day

I sleep little but come alive in the darkness of the night

A time of quietness and stillness

When the soul is able to breathe

and the mind is released from daily bondage

I hunger for such a time as my soul is replenished and restored

I am enveloped in another world

when others slumber I am truly awake

Freedom is here albeit briefly

Cares are given their place

as I take priority of stance

in an early summer's dance

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keith jeffries

Mon 22nd Aug 2022 18:45

Thank you to all who read and commented on this poem. Summer nights are quite illuminating.
Keith

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Bryony Partridge

Tue 16th Aug 2022 11:58

Really like the quietness and solitude you’ve captured here, Keith, and the tone is great juxtaposition to the more traditional imagery of summer.

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Stephen Atkinson

Mon 15th Aug 2022 18:47

There is definitely a peaceful sort of comfort in a summer's night Keith. Lovely stuff

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Graham Sherwood

Sun 14th Aug 2022 18:53

Soul has been on my mind lately too Keith. See my last effort.
I know what you mean about nocturnal inspirations.

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Stephen Gospage

Sun 14th Aug 2022 16:53

Elegantly described, Keith. The final couplet is stunning.

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jennifer Malden

Sun 14th Aug 2022 13:41

Really enjoyable!In a warmer climate the night really comes alive.

Jennifer

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