What The Night Holds

 

WHAT THE NIGHT HOLDS
(a shadorma)

Fireflies
and dreams as countless
as the stars
in the sky;
possibilities beyond
imagination.

2012-09-20
P. Wanken

 

Written in response to Musical Notes Prompt #7 (two songs this week: Owl City’s “Fireflies” and Paul Simon’s “Under African Skies”). Also posted for Day 77 at “100 Days of Summer” on Facebook.

12 comments

    1. Thank you, Elizabeth. I enjoyed the songs you chose and the blending of the two led me to this. I so appreciate your time and thought in finding such great prompts!

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  1. As ViV says. I always, always, as the punchline hits, with your poems, make an appreciative sound… out loud. Those are the poems that grab me, when I am surprised into sound.

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  2. I love the roots of imagination embedded in the stars. Often in the summer the evening ground is covered with fireflies – I think they could be swaying lanterns those glow-bugs to fairy celebrations… Thanks too for your visit.

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    1. Yes, the imagination of waking moments, staring into the stars; or the dreams one has, sleeping under them.

      Thank you for your visit, Jules!

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