NIGHTS


Dark, taciturn and frigid

Sad, the nights come and go

Sea keeping silent

And the trees falling asleep

It shouldn’t be doubted ever

As at nights nothing seems the same

 

Nights, Nights

I fear

 

The owl call, Shadows are freed

Trusts ready to be betrayed, as wolves sharpen their claws

Secrets uncovered

Those with rotten purposes plan their deeds, as others pay for their misdeeds

 

Nights, Nights

I fear

 

Nights cold and stars gleaming

Moon still, glowing radiantly

The wolves examine their fangs

Beings say final goodbye to those dear

 

Nights, Nights, dreadful and I fear

Darkness lurks and death lingers

Nights set us apart, makes me grief

 

Night, Night

I fear

 

 

 

 

 

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22 thoughts on “NIGHTS

  1. the sense of night and impending danger well conveyed; particuliarly like the phrases, “and the trees are falling asleep” and “Shadows are freed” Write on! Leo

  2. “Those with rotten purposes plan their deeds, as others pay for their misdeeds”
    that is an excelent line, sums up english nights very well!!
    keep up the good work!

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