06
Jul
09

Evening Light

Another day done

Though for some it hasn’t yet ended

And for others it has just begun.

The setting sun’s rays

Through the clouds come bended

Announce the coming of the evening daze.

The air begins to cool

Now the winds have descended

Over people from work and school.

The night has its blessings

The day’s hurts get mended

At family and friends’ gatherings.

(Too bad I just wrote this at home, in my room with a modest window. Just imagine how differently it would have been written had I been sitting on Bora beach, watching the sunset as it culminates the day at sea and brings the tingling anticipation of a night at party.)

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2 Responses to “Evening Light”


  1. July 6, 2009 at 7:29 pm

    Here’s a similar poem I wrote. I wrote this at the pantalan here in Toril. Just imagine how differently it would have been written had I been sitting on Bora beach, watching the sunset as it culminates the day at sea and brings the tingling anticipation of a night at party.
    LOL

    Beach

    Your voice is like the gentle breeze
    Soft, relaxing, and addictive
    It takes away my stress

    Your eyes are like the horizon
    Endless, infinite, and ceaseless
    They make me gaze at you every time

    Your beauty is like the sunrise
    Perfect, beautiful, and attractive
    It paints my imagination with vibrant colors

    But your words are like the crashing waves
    Loud, hard, and adamantine
    They wash away my dreams

  2. 2 suzette
    July 7, 2009 at 11:18 pm

    well, i dont have any poems to share.. 🙂 i can hardly connect.. 🙂 hehehe


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